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Indigo Telecom Group targets Singapore, Spain expansions

27 Jul 2020

Indigo Telecom Group, a UK-based enterprise which has been providing network and infrastructure services to fixed and mobile carriers and the enterprise sector since 1997, says that thanks to the recent uptick in next generation networks across the globe it is considering a ‘new phase of growth’ through acquisitions, including plans to open operations in Singapore and Spain.

In a press release, Kevin Taylor, Chairman of Indigo Telecom Group, said: ‘We are seeing significant growth in key areas of our business – fibre and wireless design/build/support and data centre transformation. Our goal is to continue with our acquisition strategy and recruit more talent to strengthen our position as a trusted engineering and services partner to customers who rely on Indigo to deliver real and long-lasting value.’

Indigo, which received a cash injection from Growth Capital Partners in 2018 and took control of Irish broadband provider 4site networks in December 2019, is now looking to exploit market opportunities focused on wireless, 5G, data centres, digitisation and managed services, and expand its UK and Irish operations to drive further international expansion. The group says that over the course of the next six months, it intends to launch its operations in Spain and Singapore – hiring up to 100 employees in the process.

Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom, Indigo Telecom Group

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