How IHS creates shared value

The rationale for IHS’s acquisitions in Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire and their plan to scale to 25,000 co-location towers in the next five years

Read this article to learn:

  • Why IHS invested in Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire
  • The 14 new African markets IHS have targeted
  • Why towercos will build most new towers in Africa
  • How IHS buys and their views of renewable energy and ESCO propositions
  • How IHS extend operator relationships from one country to the next

IHS has risen from a proven engineering and managed services business partner in Nigeria to become the largest towerco in Africa, by number of towers owned and managed. IHS were in the headlines again in early April 2013, taking over the management and marketing rights of over 2,000 towers from Orange to add to the…

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