It's a startling statistic. Over 90% of proposed community broadband projects in the United States are not funded and get scrapped. Expensive plans drawn up by consultants are being shelved at an alarming rate. The problem is community leaders have had their focus on technical solutions and legal matters, without paying adequate attention to the community (voters) throughout the process.
In his new article in the October 2017 issue of Broadband Communities Magazine, our executive VP & COO Bob Knight lays out 8 ways community leaders can build project and funding support for high-speed broadband projects.
Click here to read "Engaging the Community: Generating community support for a broadband project is critical for its success."