Marine Resources partners with Onboard Monaco
Marine Resources Recruitment has formed a brand partnership with Marcela de Kern Royer of Onboard Monaco. The aim is to share industry knowledge, support de Kern Royer with recruitment expertise and help to professionalise the superyacht industry further.
Author of the first textbook ever written about the superyacht industry, de Kern Royer is the founder of the superyacht industry-forum, a platform to connect yachting professionals. She is currently developing Genoa Superyacht Hub and is a professor at the International University of Monaco.
The collaboration came about due to the high number of incoming recruitment queries on de Kern Royer’s social media channel mix, and her day-to-day consultancy work. She’d been looking for a recruitment partner to help give people access to career advice.
Marine Resources is a shore based marine recruitment specialist working with some of the leading superyacht and charter brokerages, superyacht marinas and manufacturers in the superyacht industry. It will be providing a way for people to seek employment, and for companies to seek talent directly through de Kern Royer’s online platforms in the coming weeks.
“I have admired Marcela’s online presence for quite some time and having held a live Q&A with her over the first lockdown I realised that these conversations bring a new aspect to the business,” says James Ward, Marine Resources Recruitment CEO. “We don’t just want to have brilliant people working at Marine Resources, but we want to collaborate with the best people in the market as well. Marcela’s values and broad expertise aligns very closely with us and we look forward to working together.”
“I am excited about this collaboration because we share the same values, and our aim is to make the industry more professional moving forward,” says de Kern Royer.
The integration of the brand partnership between Marine Resources and Marcela will be part of both partners’ overall marketing strategy in growing brand awareness as well as ensuring that Marcela will have the needed support to handle recruitment queries without the worry of queries ever being missed out.