Our upcoming networking event is sure to excite and appeal to those with a sense of adventure, as we are pleased to announce that Pete Bray, a former elite soldier and adventurer, will talk about his exploits.
Pete first served in the SAS before becoming the first person to kayak across the North Atlantic unsupported.
It took Pete 76 days to complete his voyage – he lost three stone and his doctor described him as ‘the healthiest skeleton that he had ever seen’. The first time that Pete tried to cross the Atlantic he failed and almost drowned, but it didn’t stop him from trying again and succeeding.
Pete will talk candidly about his adventures and about setting up and growing his Cornish kayak and coaching business PB Adventures.
Heropreneurs currently mentors Pete and you can find out how we can help by joining us in January for this special event.
When: Wed 11 January 2017 @ 18:30 – 21:00 GMT
Where: The Tower Room, London & Partners, 6th Floor, 2 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2RR
Heropreneurs help serving (regular and reserves), spouses and ex-service men and women develop their ideas and give them the mentoring, networking and confidence to try to reduce the risks inherent in starting and growing a business.
Many of these mentors are business people with significant experience of small businesses who have not served themselves but who are willing to give a couple of hours per month to help those who have served.
The event price covers our event costs (including a drink or two) with all profits going to the charity.
The venue has generously given us the room free of charge.
Dress code is whatever you fancy and I hope you’ll join us for an inspiring, humorous and enlivening evening!