On-Demand Assistance at the Airport
Passengers-in-need often struggle getting through the airport. With Travelsist and a few simple taps, travelers can request the extra assistance they need to reach their final destination safely and efficiently.
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Our Mission
For many travelers, without the right support and assistance, navigating the airport can be anxiety-inducing, and in some cases, even dangerous.

At Travelsist, we're on a mission to make a safe, smooth, seamless airport experience accessible to anyone and everyone – especially our passengers-in-need.
Our Vision
In the future we envision, our innovative technology and a passionate global workforce of Travelsistants come together to truly redefine passenger services.

Non-fliers becomes fliers.

Job seekers in and around opportunity zones can shine as Travelsistants and ambassadors for their cities.

Airports and airliners can finally ensure passengers-in-need are assisted, from parking to plane-side, with maximum care.
Want to Learn More? Find out how Travelsist supports:

Passengers We Serve

Wheelchair Needs
Families w/ Small Children
VIP Services
Special & Extra Needs
Struggling w/ Wayfinding
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Company News
Founder of Atlanta-based Travelsist on getting a startup off the ground from inside the airport

[Hypepotamus] Beyond moving 275,000 passengers a day, Hartfield-Jackson International Airport is home to a new set of TravelTech entrepreneurs. One such founder is Veronica Woodruff, who joined the startup world after working in the airline industry as a flight attendant. She saw first-hand the gap in services available for travelers trying to get around a crowded airport. What started as a baby gear rental company for travelers expanded to be a software and staffing solution for those trying to get around the airport.

50 diverse Atlanta small businesses selected for support through Emory’s Start:ME program

[news.emory.edu] Representatives from 50 promising small businesses in Atlanta came together in early January for the kick-off of the 2020 Start:ME Accelerator program, the Goizueta Business School’s free, intensive 14-session business training program for small business owners in East Lake, Clarkston and Southside Atlanta. The cohort included Travelsist (Veronica Woodruff, CEO), an online service providing on-demand personal assistance to passengers-in-need.

Fearless Fund Invests $250K Into Veronica Woodruff's Travel Tech Company Travelsist

[AfroTech] Travelsist is where travel and technology collide! The travel tech company — founded by Veronica Woodruff — works to introduce concierge services and the gig economy to the airport ecosystem. Now, to continue in its mission, it can also celebrate as it’s received an investment of $250,000 from the Fearless Fund, the first venture capital fund built strictly by women of color for women of color.

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