MNP opens office in Ponoka

A new business has set up shop in Ponoka.

MNP, known previously as Myers Norris Penny, expanded its presence in central Alberta as it officially opened an office Feb. 26 in Ponoka. Located at 5012 48 Ave., the country’s fifth largest national accounting and business consulting firm is excited about the move.

“We were looking to establish a presence in Ponoka to better serve our current central Alberta clients, demonstrate our commitment to the agriculture marketplace and provide well-established and personalized business advice to the region,” said Doug Stroh, MNP’s regional managing partner of central Alberta in a release.

“As we continue to grow our firm to serve the needs of this region, an office in Ponoka provides MNP the ability to provide current and prospective clients with access to more specialized services to support them as they evolve and their needs become more complex.”

MNP was founded in 1958 and has more than 80 offices across Canada.

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