[SatNews] Never one to shrink from tackling an intensive subject, this report will delve into many aspects of this industry.
World Teleport Association (WTA) tackles the subject of, what is the future of the teleport industry? Is it a race for scale that only the biggest and most geographically diverse will have a meaningful competitive advantage, or is the future with the nimble entrepreneur who identifies unmet needs and drives deep into profitable niches in the market?
Tomorrow’s Teleport Business explores the opportunities and challenges facing the independent teleport operator in today's marketplace, where serial acquirers are building global businesses that deliver one-stop, end-to-end service to the world’s multinational media, maritime, resource, energy and governmental organizations. Though they lack scale and buying power, the Entrepreneurs continue to deliver significant innovation in applications, technology and operations, which Multinationals with large installed customer bases can find hard to do. Will the market reward the biggest companies with continued growth opportunities or will size pose limits to their progress? Will small companies find themselves squeezed out of opportunity or will they out-innovate and out-perform their larger competitors?
Through interviews with the senior executives of large and small teleport operators, Tomorrow’s Teleport Business investigates themes including:
- Market and business factors driving consolidation and multinational operations
- Business focus and success strategies for multinational operator
- Risks to the multinational operator—and how to manage them
- Market and business opportunities for entrepreneurs today
- Business focus and success strategies for entrepreneurs
- Risks to the entrepreneurial operator—and how to manage them
- Alternative approaches to building a transmission services business
- Due diligence for teleport acquisition
- Preparing the entrepreneurial firm for acquisition
You can learn more here.