Leverage Broadband Strategies Evolves to Meet Emerging Industry Demands

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Formally Leverage Cable Consulting, Leverage Broadband Strategies adds enhanced offerings to help narrow the digital divide.

With our latest evolution, we have even more tools, perspective, and industry expertise to share than ever before.

Leverage Broadband Strategies, a boutique telecommunications strategy firm, announces a rebranding effort to reflect the company’s evolution designed to better serve independent providers. Through a host of enhanced service offerings, Leverage Broadband Strategies helps telecom companies across the nation navigate the changing landscape of media and video content and address the increasing need for reliable broadband internet. Formerly known as Leverage Cable Consulting which launched in 2011, the company is committed to providing independent telecommunications providers the strategy and resources to compete with industry behemoths.

“Our goal has always been to provide independent telecom operators with the expertise and perspective they need to excel in their business—the same strategic consultation that the big companies have access to,” said Cheryl Summers, CEO and partner at Leverage Broadband Services. “With our latest evolution, we have even more tools, perspective, and industry expertise to share than ever before.”

Independent telecom operators traditionally exist in more rural locations—places where access to internet and broadband services is even more important. “By helping the independents thrive, and by helping new entrants into the market, we are helping to narrow the digital divide and ensure all individuals and families have access to the internet,” said Chief Strategy Officer and partner, Doug Maglothin.

Leverage Broadband Strategies believes that when independent telecommunications operators, broadband providers, and cable companies have access to resources regularly accessed by larger competitors, they can successfully navigate the ever-changing media landscape. In addition to their innovative subscriber data analytics services and merger and acquisition services, Leverage Broadband Strategies also offers product management services, management strategy, and what is known as the “The Leverage Council.” The Leverage Council is a think-tank of carefully vetted experts to provide industry insight on-demand.

“The telecom industry never stops evolving,” said Summers. “That is why companies who want to stay at the forefront of our industry have to be adapting and evolving too - especially now after facing a disruptive pandemic. That’s exactly what we’ve always helped our clients do – and now, it’s exactly what we’re doing ourselves. A comprehensive rebrand is our way of addressing these emerging changes and positioning ourselves as true experts to better serve the forward-thinking telecom industry.”

The new brand includes a top-to-bottom design of the company’s website, logo, graphics, service line, and more to better serve a growing client base.

To learn more, visit: http://www.leveragebroadbandstrategies.com

About Leverage Broadband Strategies
A telecom consulting company and approved service provider of the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC), Leverage Broadband Strategies is a management and growth strategy firm for telecommunications providers working with clients from small telecom firms to electric co-ops to independent broadband and television providers to help them become more effective and efficient. With over 45 years combined experience, the Leverage Broadband Strategies team is focused on helping clients thrive in the modern telecom space. With offerings that include product management, management strategy, merger and acquisitions services, and the Leverage Council think-tank consultancy, Leverage Broadband Strategies brings big-company expertise and strategic guidance to small and mid-size telecom operators. They level the playing field and aim to narrow the growing digital divide. For more, visit http://www.leveragebroadbandstrategies.com.

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