An alternative to sponsorship

Looking for an alterantive to the usual sponsorship route?

Here’s an offer for you. Why not used some of your training budget to hire me to show you and your teams10 tools and tips that have boosted my productivity 200%?

And you’re wondering what qualifies me to say these techniques work?

Real experience.

20 years ago I was diagnosed as having a brain tumor, one that almost killed. Surgery was successful although I was left with a huge hydrocephalus, minor brain damage, poor memory and weakened executive functioning skills. Life was a bit of a haze for a number of years!

The tools I’ve learned and developed have helped to overcome these issues.

Interested? Click the link and you’ll be taken to my Go Fund Me page where you’ll find more information:

James’ GoFundMe

Now the rest of the story for companies interested in gettting their name etched in ice at the South Pole…

I’m Going to the South Pole

Yay! Well, not quite. I need your help to make this happen as these expeditions are expensive. I’m determined to get there and have explored a number of avenues (including selling myself on eBay. Don’t worry, this isn’t happening).

The sum is huge, about £60,000 and will cover travel, foods/resources and additional gear required for the journey. The aim is to use multiple sources to generate the full amount. And here is one of them – I’ll take your business to the Geographic South Pole. The idea is simple:

If you want your business to come with me and help in this huge endeavour, I’ll take your company banner or logo and photograph it at the centre of the lake.

Exploring Isolation and Loneliness

I’m raising awarenesss and funds for Lindengate and the Hoplite Foundation (all charities that focus on mental health issues experienced by all sectors of society). But what about the unsung heroes: the carers, family members or paid? They give their time and care; they subject themselves to periods of isolations and loneliness as part of their job or duty. These are the people so often forgotten.

What do you get?

A lot of publicity. News of my journey has already been picked up by one of the world’s largest tech companies as well last media outlets in Bucks and Oxfordshire. I’m also working with a large PR company to syndicate news across many streams.

Photos of you company banner standing tall and proud in the centre of Antarctica.

More information can be found on my press coverage page.

What Else do you get in return for sponsorship?

Your name all over my gear. All my equipment will be photographed and videoed during the journey across the ice and the media posted on FaceBook, YouTube and Twitter. This means your company logo is going to get a lot of visibility.

The Costs

Banners and Flags at the Geographic South Pole

You have two choices:

£100 buys you a photo of you company flag or banner at the South Pole and an invitation to an after-event presentation.

Placement Prices

Here are the options if you want to your logo on my equipment – plenty of coverage of the journey and visibility of your business.

Skis – £1,000 per slot. 2 spaces available.

Shell jacket – £2,000 per slot. 4 spaces available.

Pulka – £2,000 per slot. 2 spaces available.

Banner used for post-trek talks – £500. 50 spaces available.

And there’s more. Following the journey I will be giving a number of talks to companies, schools and groups of people interested in the great outdoors. Your logos be visible on my clothes and on a banner that will be created after I return from Antarctica.

And I can talk. Really talk. Want me to come and give a presentation to your company? Then let’s start a conversation. I’ve travelled the world, worked in some crazy places and, along the way, picked up some great thoughts and tips on how we can work better. If you want a private talk tailored to your companies values we can do that.

Why Wait?

Send me an email and let’s talk.