CCA and NATE Partner to Enhance Respective Trade Shows


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Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) and National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) this week announced a partnership, designed to bring new content to attendees of both CCA’s 2017 Annual Convention, taking place October 25-27, in Fort Worth, and NATE UNITE 2018, February 19-22, in Nashville. NATE will develop and sponsor a conference track at CCA’s event highlighting infrastructure innovators and opportunities, and CCA will host and sponsor a carrier track at NATE UNITE 2018 focusing on the most pressing wireless policy issues and industry trends.   

CCA’s 2017 Annual Convention will celebrate the Association’s 25th anniversary – and feature extensive programming featuring technical, marketing, policy and business development opportunities for competitive carriers. NATE will sponsor and program a conference track, focused on the tower-site deployment activities associated with the post 600 MHZ incentive auction “broadcast repack” transition; enhancing safety and efficiency through the wireless infrastructure industry’s use of drones and other emerging technologies; and expanding the skills of the wireless workforce through opportunities involved with the National Wireless Safety Alliance (NWSA) nationwide certification programs.  

“Competitive carriers are committed to bringing reliable mobile broadband services to everyone in North America and CCA events bring together more North American carrier executives than any other event,” said CCA President/CEO Steven Berry. “Infrastructure is a key component of this endeavor, and CCA is delighted to partner with NATE for our fall event. The addition of a NATE-sponsored track, designed to bring together the carriers and tower executives who will drive policy changes in Washington and innovation in the field, is an exciting step in the continued evolution of our shows – and the industry.”

May 5, 2017        

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