Trent Bester, MBA, BComm

Trent Bester

Trent Bester , MBA, BComm

Senior Vice President, Consulting

Trent Bester, MBA, BComm., is Senior Vice President, Consulting, Aboriginal and Public Sector.

Trent is a member of the firm’s management team and leads the Consulting group in managing large-scale projects and designs solutions for complex business problems. He specializes in improving supply chain operations and has consulted on many areas of supply chain management, including strategic sourcing, procurement, maintenance, inventory management and operations process redesign.

Trent joined MNP in 2004 to lead the Management Consulting sector with a focus on key industry segments including energy and utilities, forestry, health care, financial services and manufacturing. Prior to this, Trent held numerous management positions in private industry including managing his own manufacturing company.

Trent earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Texas Christian University in 1985. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm.) degree from Baylor University.


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