C-level perspectives from CALA’s fast-growing regional towercos

Introducing CALA’s smaller, nimble towercos who are creating value ‘from the ground up’ via BTS programmes

Read this article to learn:

  • CALA’s ‘middle market towercos’, who they are, how they are funded, and how they create value
  • The footprints and expansion objectives of Brazil Tower Company, Torres Andinas, Torrecom, Continental Towers and IIMT
  • How the BTS market works in CALA
  • Comparing the risk of deploying capital in sale and leasebacks with the more predictable outcomes from BTS
  • The relationships between ‘middle market towercos’ and the multinational towercos

Middle market tower companies in the CALA region represent an important segment of the tower ecosystem, and they are particularly important stakeholders in the BTS game. The leaders of five of CALA’s most innovative ‘middle market towercos’ convened a panel discussion at the recent TowerXchange Meetup Americas, based on which we share the following insights,…

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