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Kevin Biggar Travels from Auckland, NZ

Kevin Biggar


  • Adventure Sport
  • After Dinner
  • Goal Setting
  • Inspirational
  • International Speaker
  • Motivational

Kevin Biggar is a modern day adventurer, author and an award winning public speaker. Using hilarious stories and photos from his adventures Kevin talks passionately about goal setting, risk management, teamwork, breaking out of your comfort zone and achieving excellence.

Kevin was a strategy consultant with The Boston Consulting Group when an unusual pizza ordering experience triggered a quarter life crisis. Finding himself spending too much time sitting on the sofa he decided to take part in the trans-Atlantic Rowing Race, one of the world’s toughest endurance events - a 5000km epic between the Canary Islands and Barbados in a 7m plywood dinghy!

Kevin decided that he was going to win - an ambitious goal given that he had never rowed before! His secret weapon was his business skills which he used to great effect, identifying and innovating on the most critical elements of the preparations. In a desperate and thrilling race he not only went onto win but also set a new world record.

In 2007 he teamed up again with his rowing partner for another expedition – this time to Antarctica. Kevin battled temperatures as cold as minus forty degrees, frostbite, crevasses, whiteouts and gear failure. Finally, after fifty two days of hauling their sleds, they reached the South Pole unsupported a feat only a few dozen people have achieved.

The story of Kevin’s transformation from couch potato to world record holder, have a universal appeal to people of all ages and walks of life while his background as a strategy consultant enables him to communicate particularly well with business audiences.

Keynote Titles

  • The Oarsome Adventures
  • Unreasonable Thinking - Adventures in Goal Setting and Motivation
  • Adventures in Teamwork
  • Handling Risk with Confidence
  • Creating and Leading Effective teams
  • Adventures in Property Investing



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