MNP to sponsor Thompson Okanagan Dental Society 2021 virtual event

December 20, 2021

MNP to sponsor Thompson Okanagan Dental Society 2021 virtual event

MNP is proud continue our longstanding commitment to our local business and professional communities as sponsor of the Thompson Okanagan Dental Society (TODS) 2021 virtual event.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, TODS is delivering this year’s event through a completely online format. While we won’t be meeting in person this year, this structure does offer local dental professionals the benefit of learning and engaging at their own pace and timeline.

Register before December 31, 2021 to access continuing education credits and more than 38 hours of educational resources over 25 speaker and supplier sessions. Event attendees will also gain access to exclusive promotional pricing and advice through MNP’s ease Cloud Accounting and Bookkeeping service.

Our Okanagan team Professional Services and ease advisors look forward to connecting with you through the conference — and providing the guidance and support you need to succeed through 2022 and beyond.

Register Now

Contact

To learn more about our sponsorship, our commitment to the local business community, or MNP’s Professionals practice, contact Jennifer Hollis, CPA, CA, at 250.469.6485 or [email protected]

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