Networking Luncheon with Tim Jarvis

Thursday, 29 September 2016 Geneva 11:45 - 14:00
Social Networking Special Member Pricing

You are cordially invited to a Networking Luncheon featuring guest speaker Tim Jarvis, polar explorer, author, film maker and environmental scientist. Tim is best known for his polar expeditions. Tim retraced, in 2007, Sir Douglas Mawson’s famous antarctic track using the same clothing, equipment and starvation rations as Mawson had available to him in 1912. Then, in 2013, Tim and five companions recreated the greatest survival journey of all time, Sir Ernest Shackleton's "double", sailing a small replica lifeboat 1'500 km across the Southern Ocean from Elephant Island, Antarctica, to the island of South Georgia, and climbing over South Georgia's mountainous interior, all again done using the same rudimentary equipment and period clothing.

on Thursday, 29 September 2016, 11:45 - 14:00

in Geneva

organised by the British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce of which the Swiss LSE Alumni Association is a corporate member

Dress: Business

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If you are a member of the Swiss LSE Alumni Association, you can attend the event as a BSCC member under the steeply discounted member price! For step-by-step instructions on how to book as a SLSEAA-sponsored BSCC member, refer to the description of our 19th member benefit.

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