Trend Capital confirms move, expansion to Vancouver Waterfront

The Vancouver Waterfront is gaining a new office tenant as local fintech and lead generation software company, Trend Capital, moves from east Vancouver to the third floor of the Murdock Building. This June, Trend Capital will join other businesses including Chicago Title, Fidelity National Title, the law firm, McKean Smith and the Murdock Charitable Trust as the 32-acre, $1.5 billion Waterfront Vancouver continues to expand.
 
Trend Capital is the first technology company to call The Waterfront home. With its leading commercial platform, Lead Economy, and associated products including LeadPie, RevPie and ListPie, Trend Capital brings the essential elements of the lead generation supply chain together to provide an integrated marketplace.
 
“The space at The Waterfront syncs perfectly with our company’s culture: where work, meets play,” said Principal Owner Vitaliy Rizhkov. “There are only so many office locations that have a waterfront view and retail and restaurants at your fingertips – it was an opportunity we had to jump on.”
 
From day one, the Trend Capital team will be greeted by floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the waterfront and an open-concept floorplan that fosters creativity and collaboration. The team can also expect all of the office perks typical of a top software company including room for a ping-pong table, foosball table, library, and common spaces for team meals.
 
“Trend Capital is a perfect example of the type of businesses that we want to attract to The Waterfront – forward thinking and poised for growth,” said Barry Cain, president of Gramor Development.
 
To find out more about The Waterfront Vancouver, as well as explore leasing options, visit https://thewaterfrontvancouverusa.com/.

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Joanna Yorke is the managing editor of the Vancouver Business Journal. She has worked in the journalism field since 2010 after graduating from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University in Pullman. Yorke worked at The Reflector Newspaper in Battle Ground for six years and then worked at and helped start ClarkCountyToday.com.