Randy Mowat

Randy Mowat

Randy Mowat

Senior Vice President, Marketing

Randy Mowat is Senior Vice President, Marketing.

Randy is a member of the firm’s management team and is responsible for all marketing related operations, including brand development and promotion, marketing planning and production as well as market facing communications. He works closely with all client, service and regional business units in the firm.

Randy joined MNP in 1996 after a 10-year career with a leading Canadian consumer goods company. Under his leadership, the MNP marketing team has won numerous national and international marketing awards for a variety of communication and promotional campaigns.

Committed to community, Randy has been a chair of the United Way, is a proud alumnus of 4-H Canada and is the past chair of the Canadian 4-H Foundation Board. He is co –author of the book, Updating Your Marketing Strategy.

Randy was awarded the 2014 Marketer of the Year award from the Association for Accounting Marketing.


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