Everest Infrastructure Partners: Global Growth Through Acquisitions

The tower business is alive and well, despite the slower pace of network builds among the U.S. mobile network operators. While the public tower companies are guiding to low single-digit growth in 2024, there is movement among the smaller, private tower companies.

Private tower deals tend to be small, from a few towers to a few hundred towers at a time. Still, tower acquisitions are taking place, both domestically and internationally. In the process, a few mid-size tower companies are growing their business through these acquisitions. Everest Infrastructure Partners is one such company.

Matt Newton, CEO and Mike Mackey, President of Everest Infrastructure Partners along with Clayton Funk, Managing Director at Houlihan Lokey talk to John Celentano, Inside Towers Business Editor about the company’s business model and its success to date, along with the outlook for the tower business. Hear this and much more on the podcast, available on our website, Amazon Music, Spotify and iTunes.

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