1000 Members of Shift Network Demonstrates Engagement and Growth in Thunder Bay


Shift NetworkTHUNDER BAY – Business Now – It is a sure sign of change. It is with great excitement that the SHIFT Board of Directors is announcing that SHIFT now represents 1000 members. SHIFT has seen significant growth over the past year as a direct result of the leadership of our past and current Board of Directors, SHIFT Interns, sponsors and our tireless volunteers.

As we look forward to a bright future for SHIFT, we are diligently working to provide our membership with value-added events that reflect the 5 pillars of SHIFT, Community, Social, Business, Environment, Personal and Professional Development.

“As SHIFT continues to grow, so does our strength as leaders in the community. I have had the opportunity over the past year to meet, talk and work with many of our amazing members. The more time I spend speaking with fellow SHIFTers, the prouder I become of SHIFT, our accomplishments and all of the hard work our members do to make Thunder Bay an even better place to call home. Looking forward, I see SHIFT having the opportunity to truly represent our members by becoming the Strongest Voice for Young Minded Professional in Thunder Bay. Working together, with a common purpose and set of beliefs, SHIFT will take Thunder Bay to new heights. If you have not already joined SHIFT, there is no better time than now to become a SHIFTer. Help us make a difference in our community,” shares Nathan Lawrence, President of SHIFT.

SHIFT is Thunder Bay’s home for young-minded professionals who understand that moving their community forward means more than just doing business. It’s the big picture, from social and environmental concerns to personal and professional development. Together, we can move forward.

SHIFT was created to offer young professionals in Thunder Bay a forum to network to make social connections and business contacts. For further information join us on facebook or visit our website at www.shiftnetwork.ca to become a SHIFTer, stay current and get involved with stimulating events and activities!

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