A B1G1 Study Tour is no ordinary tour. It is a tour designed for the B1G1 Businesses, their team members and family members. Come on the next tour to learn, to connect, to engage and to change lives.
Read more about our past Study Tours.
2017: Siem Reap, Cambodia
No one approach can solve all the problems or change everything. But all the efforts made with good intentions add up to create longer-term, more balanced and sustainable outcomes.
As one participant puts it, ” seeing and experiencing so many ways of making a difference was overwhelming.” It truly is a tour that changes lives, yours and mine too.
2016: Mumbai, India
When you think of India, one word comes up – contrast. Everything from being immersed in a slum of 40,000 people to the solemnity of the Gandhi Museum and so much more in between.
We saw some amazing impacts in these 6 days. As we left the tour, each one of us could share all of this with another 10 business owners.
2015: Mumbai, India
One of the hardest things to do is to sum up in just a few words the tremendous exhilaration, impact and connection that goes on during B1G1 Study Tours.
The best way we know how to capture it is not through our words and pictures but through the words and pictures of those who experienced the elation and inspiration of simply ‘being there’.
2013: Siem Reap Cambodia
2012: Bali/Borneo, Indonesia
Imagine meeting someone who’s planted 200,000 seedlings in the past 2 years to save Orang Utan’s environment. Never again do you doubt the ability of one person to make a difference.
Coming face-to-face with the Orang Utans is unforgettable too. And then segue from that sight into meeting with people who’ve lost their sight. Then you go into the mobile operating theatre to see their sight restored.
2017: Kenya, Africa
This was our first Study Tour and one in which we learned so much — not the least of which was the difference between handing out and handing up. Just imagine meeting 200 local women who proudly call themselves ‘Professors of Goatology’. Women who are now running complex spreadsheets to oversee their goat-breeding program — something that B1G1 has helped turn into the largest sustainable goat project in Kenya.
And all of this is happening in a village which you did not want to admit you were from. Now it’s a community totally transformed, from the way the schooling works to the hospital made possible by those ‘Professors of Goatology’. To be part of this on the Study Tour was just an indelible, never-to-be-erased experience.