This is part of a year-long ‘Love for Local’ series called NB365: portraits of New Brunswick entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations. Huddle is a media partner with Love for Local. Silvy Moleman Of Sequoia-Trinity in Moncton says we’re all better off when we can inspire and serve as a catalyst for growth on a local level.
I’VE ALWAYS HAD A PASSION FOR HEALTH EDUCATION AND GOALS – AND I’M FUELED BY NEW CHALLENGES, AND SEEING PEOPLE ACHIEVE THEIR POTENTIAL. I ALSO LOVE THE IDEA OF CREATING A ‘WOW’ EXPERIENCE FOR CUSTOMERS – WHICH REALLY MEANS EVERYTHING STARTS WITH YOUR CULTURE AND TEAM.
For me, opening Sequoia on Trinity was about empowering people to be their best. This past year, I have realized the incredible need there is to help each other out as business owners and to remember that we do not need to find answers to everything on our own.
The best leaders and business owners I’ve encountered engage and empower each other, rather than compete. It’s an even larger win-win when you can find those people within your own sector.
Moving forward, I want my team and I to continue evolving as professionals, and remain an authentic source of knowledge for our customers. A key element of our customer experience is grounded in supportive conversations without judgment.
My top priority is looking after our team of Registered Holistic Nutritionists. They’re the ones who continuously go above and beyond and inspire trust with our clientele. They also ensure that every product on our shelves is natural and meets specific standards, and come from reputable sources. Which is one of the reasons we’re so passionate about growing our 40+ network of local entrepreneurs who provide incredible products.
We’re all better off when we can inspire and serve as a catalyst for growth on a local level. We can give back more to our communities, we can employ and help more people, and hopefully, we won’t forget the helping hands that lifted us up along our journey.