Jon Barry, MBA

Jon Barry

Jon Barry , MBA

Partner, Technology Solutions

Jon Barry is a Partner with MNP’s Technology Solutions team. Jon leads the business development teams in MNP’s Technology Solutions practice, with a focus on helping clients drive value and transformation from their technology investments. He also leads MNP’s Technology Solutions strategic partnerships where he develops industry-leading technology partnerships for MNP clients.

Jon’s entrepreneurial career spans the information and communications technology (ICT) industry, including serving as Vice President for Bell Canada and Fujitsu Consulting. He has worked on boards and in executive business development, sales, product development and marketing roles for companies ranging from startups to corporations. He is experienced in mergers and acquisitions, with a focus on ICT professional services.

Jon earned a Bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Dalhousie University. He is Chair of the Sweet Caroline Foundation.

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