Between losing his legs from frostbite at the age of 23 and then becoming the only amputee to have stood on the summit of Mount Everest, Mark Inglis has carved out a career as a scientist, a winemaker, business innovator and Paralympics athlete, trekking guide and international motivator.
Founding trustee of Limbs4All Charitable Trust, patron of many charities and author of five books, Mark was recently awarded a doctorate (honoris causa) and also the Fervent Love of Life Medal.
Over the last ten years Mark has presented to over 100,000 youth and tens of thousands of corporate employees and clients across the world, inspiring them to embrace challenge and to develop the attitude to excel.
Thursday 23rd October 2014, New Zealand House, Penthouse
6.30pm to 9pm
£30 NZ Society Members (plus booking fee)
£35 Non-Members (plus booking fee)
Ticket includes canapés and beverages
Ticketing link – http://goo.gl/xzMhdq