Source: Tenet Fintech.
  • Tenet Fintech Group (PKK) will launch its Business Hub in Canada on November 30th, 2022
  • The event is set to coincide with the opening of its new Montreal office
  • Needing more space, the team opened an office in Montreal to go along with its Toronto bureau to accommodate its rapidly growing workforce in Canada
  • The Tenet Business Hub is a global network designed to help SME owners and execs connect with one another
  • Tenet Fintech Group Inc was down 1.68 per cent, trading at C$2.34 at 9:40 am ET

Tenet Fintech Group (PKK) will launch its Business Hub in Canada on November 30th, 2022.

The event is set to coincide with the opening of its new Montreal office.

The company has hired more than 50 employees in 2022 and expecting a staff of nearly 100 employees by the end of the year.

Needing more space, the team opened an office in Montreal to go along with its Toronto bureau to accommodate its rapidly growing workforce in Canada.

Organized in collaboration with the Asia-Pacific Association of Small and Medium Enterprises, shareholders, banking partners, strategic partners, the media, business association, financial institution executives, and government officials are expected to attend.

Comprised of a subset of country-specific networks, the Tenet Business Hub is a global network designed to help SME owners and execs around the world connect with one another

Tenet Fintech Group Inc. is the parent company of a group of innovative financial technology (Fintech) and artificial intelligence (AI) companies.

Tenet Fintech Stock was down 1.68 per cent, trading at C$2.34 at 9:40 am ET.


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