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    TalentView: Julie Elise Trovaag

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    She says it was by coincidence, but after learning her story, we believe it was destiny. Otherwise, what can you call a summer love that turns into a lifelong love? It is true that she is still young, but believe us when we tell you that her history with aquaculture is going on and on.

    Julie Elise Trovaag is only 24 years old, but she has been already working in the industry for eight years. Between her first summer job as a technician on a farm in Lerøy and her current position as a trainee at BioMar, there is a lot of study and effort, but also a great passion, Julie’s passion for sustainability. It was that passion that made her watch at BioMar and apply for the NCE Seafood Innovation trainee program in which the Danish company, known for its commitment to sustainable global aquaculture, was participating. The best part? Julie didn’t even mention BioMar when she applied, but, at last, it seems that her destiny was waiting for her.

    Julie at BioMar's feed plant at Myre, Norway. Photo: Frode Gabrielsen.
    Julie at BioMar’s feed plant at Myre, Norway. Photo: Frode Gabrielsen.

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