Inge is an internationally-renown guide, adventurer and partnership-builder. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on the polar regions and an ambassador for brands, charities and countries. Inge has been featured in numerous primetime television shows on the BBC, NBC, C4, Sky, TV Norge, History Channel and NRK. He has delivered some of the world’s most difficult disabled expeditions overcoming immense challenges in mobility, sight and mental impairment.
Based in London, Inge is frequently abroad building partnerships with NGOs, business and government. He creates relationships that build value between the clients and organisations he works with. Partnerships include trade relationships, investments and new business ventures.
Adventures are powerful metaphors for the kind of strategic and personal challenges faced in life and business. Inge travels to deliver talks and workshops to businesses, schools and charities. His talks are inspirational, leaving audiences motivated and mentally-prepared to achieve their goals.
Solheim is less of made-for-TV adventurer and more an extreme nomadic philosopher — tough, observant and unwaveringly Zen.
Inge is refreshingly modest, more of a polar philosopher than a celebrity
As an experienced survivalist Solheim’s services are highly sought after
Walking With The Wounded — this great expedition, the brain-child of Ed Parker and Simon Daglish, and so ably led by our Norwegian guide, Inge Solheim — has succeeded in capturing public imagination, focusing it on the momentous challenges facing our wounded Servicemen and women as the look to the future.