Veronica Woodruff is sharing her passion with the world. As a parent herself, she knows how stressful planning family vacations and traveling with children can be. Millions of other parents face the same challenges. This realization created a need for Travelsist, the official travel support company that uses proprietary technology in the travel marketplace to assist families en route to their destination with age-appropriate baby travel gear. Travelsist is shaping the future of travel in relieving packing stress while focusing on who in the family matters most. The Travelsist value proposition is to treat your family like our own. Easy access to travelers at the world’s busiest airport - Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - as the starting point has boosted brand awareness. Travelsist is committed to providing hand-selected safety-first, eco-friendly travel products with core values of expectation and trust upon which the company was founded. Customer satisfaction is paramount to help facilitate travel experiences for families and develop new use cases to further global business growth. Veronica is considered alumnae in the ecosystem of Atlanta’s business accelerators, including Launchpad 2X, Invest Atlanta’s Women Entrepreneurship Initiative, Microsoft for Startups, Switchyards Club and a recipient of the Growth Grant from the Start:ME Program of the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. As an experienced traveler and subject matter expert, Veronica envisions giving insight on traveling trends and habits, pivoting where necessary in demonstrating endurance to generate revenue and help the company thrive. With a marketing and technology background, Veronica is the strategic leader of the business poised to demonstrate and deliver a return on investment providing baby and toddler essentials with Travelsist.
“Definitely keep going. You know entrepreneurship is hard, it’s not easy, it’s definitely a rollercoaster and you have to fill your mind with positive energy. And you have to wake up every day motivated and you have to keep going. Because when you start you fail. And every day, every second and every time you believe in what you are doing is a new opportunity to get things done. So, you have to keep going no matter what… It’s literally a marathon, you can’t stop for breaks. If you stop them, it’s very, very hard to return”…[Listen for More]
To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-lLM