Talent Acquisition.

As a tech company with 90% of our network in Silicon Valley, we rely on the Tri-Cities Young Professionals Group to be our secret weapon for finding local talent and vendors.
- Kelso Kennedy, Redstamp

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The Tri-Cities Young Professionals Program (TCYP), sponsored by MNP LLP, is comprised of ambitious professionals that are under 40. The program creates a vibrant and connected business community by providing opportunities to build, impact, and grow.


Our program sponsor, MNP, is a leading national accounting, tax, and business consulting firm, with over 100 offices across Canada.

Through partner-led engagements, they provide a collaborative, cost-effective approach to doing business and deliver personalized strategies to help people and organizations succeed across the country and around the world.

MNP’s client base in Port Moody includes private enterprises of all sizes, not-for-profit organizations, professionals clients, auto dealerships and high-net-worth individuals.

From accounting and tax planning to corporate restructuring, succession planning, business valuations, and U.S and international tax, MNP’s dedicated business advisors provide insights and strategies to help you navigate what comes next for your business.

Contact one of MNP’s Tri-Cities business advisors today at 604.949.2088.


YOU SHOULD BE HERE

This is your opportunity to BUILD your business network, IMPACT your community, and GROW your skill set.

As a Tri-Cities Young Professional member, you will have the opportunity to socialize professionally, attend a variety of educational seminars and workshops, and utilize the personal and professional development opportunities.

You will also have the chance to play an active role in a number of community outreach initiatives. Not only will this help build professional skills, but it will also serve as a platform to build a network with the community-at-large.

If you are a solopreneur that is under 40 and looking to build your network, impact your community, or grow your skill set, the Tri-Cities Young Professionals program is for you.

In 2017, a group of young professionals from the Tri-Cities created this video for the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade’s BIG IDEA Challenge. Competing against 10 other teams to create the best solution for how companies can better address mental health in the workplace, the Tri-Cities Chamber team took home the Peoples’ Choice Award.