Ted Jones Joins CarbonCure as VP of Sales and Marketing

Ted Jones, VP Sales and Marketing

CarbonCure Technologies, the global leader of CO2 utilization technologies for the concrete and cement industry, has introduced a new member to the team: Ted Jones, VP of Sales and Marketing. Ted brings a wealth of experience as a sales and marketing lead with Oldcastle Precast, Contech Engineered Solutions, and The Fort Miller Co., Inc. In his new role at CarbonCure, Ted will further accelerate CarbonCure’s continued growth, and build upon the solid foundation that former VP of Sales Bill Holden and VP Marketing Jennifer Wagner have established. Both Mr. Holden and Ms. Wagner are taking on new roles within CarbonCure’s growing team and have been instrumental in the sales and marketing efforts, quadrupling CarbonCure’s sales over the last two years.

Bill Holden will be launching and spearheading a new Industry Advisory Council, which is an advisory board made up of concrete industry leaders. Mr. Holden will continue to sit on CarbonCure’s Board of Directors. Jennifer Wagner has been promoted to the Executive Vice President of Corporate Development. In this new role, she will be overseeing CarbonCure’s overarching data-driven business strategy to meet the company’s ambitious growth targets, and will lead up strategic projects such as the

“I am humbled to have led the sales team during this rapid growth period” says Mr. Holden. “Ted’s sales experience and technical background will help more concrete producers accelerate their business with CarbonCure’s technology.”

CarbonCure’s technology helps concrete producers gain a competitive sales advantage by helping them create a greener product that helps their customers meeting their low carbon objectives. Concrete plants are retrofitted in a single day and require no changes to their materials and production practices. Best of all, CarbonCure’s products require no CAPEX enabling concrete producers to add immediate value to their operation.

“What drew me to CarbonCure is the continuous innovation, product optimization, and business model that provides the customer a value-added competitive advantage” says Mr. Jones.

To discuss how CarbonCure can help lower your bottom line, you can contact Ted Jones directly at [email protected] or come meet him in person at the NRMCA Annual Convention in Houston this weekend.

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