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Cellular Tower Management:Business Models

The traditional business model of tower management companies (TMCs) has focused on operating tower assets, essentially owning towers and leasing vertical space to telco carriers. While this model continues to be sustainable, there are disruptive forces in the market that are presenting new opportunities and attracting the attention of tower companies, which in turn must adapt their business models to offer even stronger value propositions to their clients. This report analyzes the tower management business model, presenting recommendations to ensure the viability of tower companies as they navigate a highly dynamic, continuously evolving market. 

Table of Contents

  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 2. TOWER MANAGEMENT COMPANY TRENDS
    • 2.1. Growing Scope for Infrastructure Alliances
    • 2.2. Rapid Rise of International Tower Management Companies
    • 2.3. More Investments in Research & Development and Corporate Social Responsibility
    • 2.4. Growth of the Tower Management Model
    • 2.5. SWOT Analysis of the Tower Management Model
    • 2.6. Market Sizing and Macro Landscape
    • 2.7. Developed Market versus Emerging Market Dynamics
    • 2.8. The Small Cell Opportunity
    • 2.9. New Business Models
    • 2.10. Conduit Resources Management
    • 2.11. Summary and Conclusions
  • 3. TOWER MANAGEMENT COMPANY PROFILES
    • 3.1. Overview
    • 3.2. Key Players
    • 3.3. Emerging Market Players
    • 3.4. Other Players to Watch
    • 3.5. Summary and Conclusions
  • 4. THE TOWER MANAGEMENT BUSINESS MODEL
    • 4.1. Primary Inhibitors
    • 4.2. Primary Enablers
    • 4.3. Financial Analysis
    • 4.4. Strategic Recommendations
    • 4.5. Summary and Conclusions