In this interview, Trevor explains what sparked his interest in NuroKor on both a personal and a professional level.
Trevor Bolland is an internationally established entrepreneur that has founded and led successful companies across a breadth of industries. His foray into the health industry was catalysed in 2005 when his daughter was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. This event led him to the establishment of his nutritional supplement company, Nuzest and sparked his interest in the health tech market. After establishing an alignment of beliefs with NuroKor founder, Rick Rowan, Trevor became one of the first investors in NuroKor BioElectronics.
“In the natural health industry, there are a lot of synergies between NuroKor and Nuzest - both in terms of our target market and what we are trying to achieve in the world,” says Trevor. “We are no longer relying on anecdotal evidence, for natural health or bioelectrical treatment. Both our companies rely on scientific research to determine the best application and outcome for our consumers.”
As an ageing cyclist and marathon enthusiast, Trevor understands the impact BioElectronic developments can have on improving health in an ageing society. Trevor is a firm believer that a shift towards natural alternatives could be the answer to achieving long life prosperity.“Preventative measures need to be taken as an adjunct or alternative to a drug solution. A combination of good nutrition and bioelectronic treatment can aid in recovery, prevent onset of further injury and repair tissue and muscle. Which means less need for drugs and more chance of achieving an active lifestyle,” says Trevor.