Delta Partners enhances its N. American presence with NY office

New set-up to complement San Francisco office
The US market is entering a very interesting chapter: Andrew Snead
The US market is entering a very interesting chapter: Andrew Snead


Global telecoms, media and digital (TMD) advisory and investment firm, Delta Partners, has recently opened its New York City office to further strengthen its presence in North America.  In addition to its office in San Francisco, focused on bridging Silicon Valley’s tech players with telecom and media players around the globe, the new office, located in Manhattan’s iconic MetLife building, aims to strengthen the company’s growing management consulting presence in the United States and Canada.

“The US market is entering a very interesting chapter,” said Andrew Snead, Delta Partners’ Managing Partner and head of North America business. “We are entering a period of defensive and offensive strategic moves as traditional players seek to strengthen their positioning and secure their future participation against a backdrop of major technology-led disruption and changing regulatory posture. The next three to five years are going to bring tremendous change, opportunity and challenge with familiar players wearing (or at least trying to wear) new hats, less familiar players entering the stage and the Internet and tech giants growing evermore relevant. There will undoubtedly be further disruption and change across the ecosystem.”

Victor Font, co-founder and CEO of Delta Partners, added: “The decision to expand our presence into New York was a logical step in our business growth strategy. The city is rich with diverse talent and will act as a perfect hub to service the North American market.”

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