Q: Where in the World is TowerXchange Meeting Next?  A: Boca Raton, This Week (See You There)

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TowerXchange Meetups are networking events held annually in Africa, Asia, Europe and Americas. The globe-trotting group focuses on the governing dynamics of the telecom infrastructure space and attract leading towercos, MNOs, suppliers and investors under one roof in some of the best locations in the world. Tomorrow the two-day session focused on Central, Latin and South America begins at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. To attend, click here.

Show promoters say that at other telecom events, a maximum of around 10-15 percent of the CXOs who lead tower strategy for MNOs and towercos are in attendance while at TowerXchange, there are multiple senior representatives from 80-90 percent of the towercos active in any region, as well as the majority of MNOs.

Closed-door sessions for Tuesday include (with translations provided):

  • Telecom Argentina’s strategy, operational challenges and collaboration opportunities. They will offer an overview of its deployment and maintenance strategy and share the company’s requirements on energy, site equipment, purchase policy and capex reduction initiatives.

  • Telefónica’s deployment plans and future projects of a global leader. As one of the main regional players, the Spanish telecoms giant will be presenting its global and regional infrastructure plans, challenges and opportunities, as well as different initiatives that the company is implementing to drive efficiencies across its portfolio.

  • The dynamics of the fiber market across CALA: new business opportunities for towercos for acquisitions and new deployments – Don van Splunteren, Global Vice President of Sales and Leasing, Phoenix Tower International

  • Mexico Tower Partners: market overview and new financing models – Gonzalo Cornejo, CFO, Mexico Tower Partners

The speakers list includes some familiar names for US tower developers:

  • Jonathan Atkin, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets

  • Kurt Bagwell, President – International, SBA Communications

  • Gonzalo Cornejo, CFO, Mexico Tower Partners

  • Jim Eisenstein, Chairman and CEO, Grupo TorreSur

  • Mariano Gomez, Vice President, Business Development, BTS Towers

  • Luis Humberto Diaz, Director de Operaciones, Telesites

  • Dagan Kasavana, CEO, Phoenix Tower International

  • Alex Ramirez, Managing Director, Global TMT Group, Citi

  • Juan Rosas, Business Development Director, Torrecom

  • Maria Scotti, CEO, Torrecom

NOTE: Inside Towers will be covering the event in our daily newsletter and with podcast interviews of some of the key players.

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