How to measure success

The criticality of tenancy ratios

Read this article to learn:

  • The different means of calculating tenancy ratios
  • How towercos are progressing toward target tenancy ratios in Africa
  • The option to use infrastructure sharing transactions to release capital

It’s not just the initial deal structure that defines the success of tower sharing transactions. Income from co-locations is the critical measure of success for towercos, and for their investors and partners. Tenancy ratios, also known as lease up rates, remain the critical measure for success. But beware of the different means of presenting tenancy…

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