Motivational speaker presenting talks on extreme sports, adventure, fundraising for charity, philanthropy and business success.
Steve Partridge, a member of the INSPIRED 50 philanthropy network, was a speaker at this evening of inspirational stories from the edge of human endurance.
The INSPIRED 50 brings together London’s most fearless philanthropic adventurers to inspire others to follow in their footsteps. Steve and other speakers entertained an audience of 300 with tales and tips from their extreme expeditions which have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds. They aim to inspire a new generation of adventure philanthropists.
Steve, speaking at the launch event at Glazier’s Hall, London, in February 2015 also gave tips on how to prepare to take on the world as an adventure philanthropist and bring social change to communities visited.
The INSPIRED 50 Network is endorsed by the City of London Corporation’s charity City Bridge Trust.
Steve Partridge onstage at Inspired 50 philanthropy and fundraising event, City of London
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A speech given at the Grosvenor Casino in Piccadilly, illustrating the practical business advantages of undertaking an extreme adventure.
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Afterwards: the feeling of achievement and success is awesome, making one realise that truly, anything is possible.
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A talk given for the Institute of Directors presenting the practical business advantages of undertaking an extreme adventure.
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