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Luxury yacht crew professional development company The Crew Coach has joined the charitable business giving platform, Buy One Give One. Known as B1G1: Business for Good, the online system allows business members to facilitate micro-giving impacts across a range of projects worldwide. Since joining B1G1 in October, The Crew Coach has made 581 donations to projects worldwide on behalf of its clients and the yachting industry.

“Every time crew invest in one of our products or services, we give to great causes around the world,” said Alison Rentoul, founder of The Crew Coach. “This means you are not only helping yourself when you invest in yourself with The Crew Coach, you are helping to make the world a better place. We love the work B1G1 does to help give our work a higher purpose and a greater meaning.”

By purchasing a CV optimization service, having a career consultation with The Crew Coach or investing in an online leadership training program, yacht crew pay it forward without paying any more for the service.

A portion of The Crew Coach’s proceeds goes toward projects selected from more than 600 in 30 countries. Crucially, business membership fees pay for B1G1s operating costs, meaning all projects receive the full 100 percent of donations made.

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