Making a modern explorer famous

Ben Saunders

What do you do when you have achieved the toughest of world firsts? Ben Saunders called on Borkowski to position and secure his reputation as the bravest and most authentic of explorers.


In 2013-14, Ben and his teammate Tarka L’Herpiniere retraced the route of Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition. Walking from Ross Island, on the Antarctic coast, to the South Pole and back, they hauled sleds with everything they needed to survive 105 days on the coldest, windiest, highest and driest continent on Earth. Upon his return three months

later, and after a five year period of preparation, Borkowksi helped Ben to secure his position and build his reputation as a thought leader, motivational speaker and writer through a programme of counsel and key introductions

Impact Highlights

Ben Saunders has trekked to both North and South Poles - but what does he do on his summer holiday?

Man to complete first ever return journey to the South Pole on foot reveals the hardships he faced

In Ben’s own words he "specialises in dragging heavy things around cold places".

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“I can’t thank you enough! I can’t underestimate the power of getting the confirmation and guidance that we are on the right road to what we need to do to both protect and promote.” Ben Saunders - Explorer
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