The evolution of vertical real estate in Central America

How MCM diversified into towers then into Nicaragua, Guatemala and Mexico

Read this article to learn:

  • Torrecom’s footprint in Mexico and Central America
  • Challenges and best practices to create successful management teams in the region
  • Key characteristics of the Central American telecom tower industry
  • The potential for change in the Mexican tower market
  • Opportunities for smaller towercos to co-exist alongside larger entities

Torrecom is an independent towerco active in Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua which has been able to successfully apply its expertise and experience in the CALA region thanks to its North American roots, veteran management and fluid approach to change. In this exclusive interview, Torrecom’s CEO, Maria Scotti, shares her views on the current status and…

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