Travelsist is providing travelers with all different types of needs with a totally redefined airport experience.
Travelsist solves human capital headaches for airports and airliners around the world, helping to provide travelers a seamless and easy airport experience.
Travelsist is dedicated to providing a safe, unique working opportunity to kickstart a career helping travelers and representing your city.
[via Hypepotamus.com] 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.
[via 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): Online service providing baby essentials and accessory rentals to parents with small children
[via 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.
We make travel easy for airports, airliners, families, and passengers in need of extra on-demand assistance. We are on a mission to reimagine and elevate the airport experience.
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