Trinity Bond is the Queensland #FemaleFounder of EnviroChill, who specialise in applying the latest technology in the hospitality industry to help improve food safety and prevent food waste.
They do this by providing commercial kitchens with the ultimate hygiene solutions and operating conditions for cold rooms, which reduces waste, saves money and improves food safety.
We recently spoke to Trinity about her business and journey as a Queensland female founder.
What inspired you to start your business?
After working in various manufacturing industries, I became very aware of how reducing waste can help improve profits. I saw an opportunity to bring this knowledge to the hospitality industry, and in return, also take steps towards reducing the global impact of food waste.
What milestones have you reached?
Last year we celebrated 16 successful years of being in business.
What business achievements are you most proud of to date?
This year we collaborated with a new solution provider and won a tender to supply services to Uniting Care Queensland.
Have you participated in any Advance Queensland programs, or received any support from Advance Queensland to date?
In 2021, I received a membership to the Spark Female Founders Program.
What’s your advice for other female entrepreneurs and businesses starting out on their entrepreneurship journey?
Build you network. You never know who else someone might know. Quality relationships are worth their weight in gold.