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Marisa Field: An Accomplished Professional Volleyball Player

Marisa Field: An Accomplished Professional Volleyball Player

Trend Innovations’ flexible schedule seems to be one of the most helpful factors that a company can provide to an athlete. Marisa Field, one of Canada’s top professional volleyball players, is very grateful for her opportunity and flexible work schedule with Trend Innovations. Marisa currently works remotely from Greece and is able to balance her…

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Natali Fagan: A Promising Canadian Boxer

Natali Fagan: A Promising Canadian Boxer

Trend Innovations’ Natali Fagan is a shining example of dedication and perseverance. Natali, a current brand manager for Trend Innovations, left her home and job in Nova Scotia and moved to Montreal to train at one of the best facilities in Canada. However, when Natali’s funding was decreased (funding is often fluctuating for most athletes),…

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Trend Innovations Supports Canadian Athletes

Trend Innovations Supports Canadian Athletes

The Life of an Athlete Have you ever watched a Canadian athlete perform at an event or on live tv? Watched them win a medal and make their country proud? It’s always an amazing experience to watch athletes perform on the World Stage. Unfortunately, what is not shown is the time, dedication, and sacrifice that…

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Introducing Safe Shield

Introducing Safe Shield

Trend Innovations is proud to introduce Safe Shield, an innovative approach to healthcare protective equipment. This brand is designed to create products that result in a safer workplace for pharmacist and other professionals. This type of product is of utmost importance during the pandemic of COVID-19, as our pharmacists and other healthcare workers are essential…

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Working into Retirement with Trend Innovations

Working into Retirement with Trend Innovations

Retirement, the dream life? White sandy beaches, a warm ocean breeze, a pina colada in one hand and nothing to do but work on your tan… for 30 years. With retirement being expected as early as 55 and life expectancy around 80, retirement may not be the right fit for everyone. As humans, it is…

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