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Come along to dinner and an opportunity to catch up with industry colleagues in relaxed environment, this night is for you.
We have lined up successful mountaineer and paralympian Mark Inglis to talk to us about mental resilience and his achievements - how do you get through a double amputation at the age of 23 and continue on to become New Zealands first paralympic medalist and be the first double amputee to summit Mount Everest.
|6:30pm||Welcome & Programme for Evening|
|6:45pm||Buffet dinner served|
|7:30pm||Guest Speaker Mark Inglis|
|8:30pm||Dessert & tea and coffee served|
“Imagine, you are 23 years old, trapped in an ice cave for 14 days by a sub-zero blizzard on the summit of New Zealands highest peak.
You are starving and freezing to death. You wake up in hospital to find that you have lost both legs below the knees due to frostbite.
What do you do next?
If you are Mark Inglis, you climb Mount Everest, of course.”
‘Do not let a disability define your life’