In celebration of World Health Day, TechRound featured Maiden Voyage in its list of businesses offering support during the pandemic.
Kiwi corporate travel firm Orbit World Travel has teamed up with Maiden Voyage – an international network specifically for women and diverse travellers.
Feature piece about Carolyn Pearson of Maiden Voyage who founded her business in 2008 in response to feeling isolated and lonely on a business trip to the USA.
In this Smart Meetings feature, Maiden Voyage is highlighted as a recommended solution for travellers looking to optimize their 'on-the-road' safety and well-being.
In this Forbes Feature, Carolyn provides insight on some techniques that businesses can use to minimise the risk of hitting a cash flow crisis.
Carolyn talks to Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa on America's #1 Travel Radio Show, RMWorldTravel. Featured in the 6th October 2018 podcast, the interview discusses what can be done to better protect women when travelling and Carolyn shares her top 10 tips for travelling alone.
Carolyn Pearson, CEO of Maiden Voyage, gives away her secret to the ideal solo holiday- the Almar Jesolo Resort & Spa. (Page 21 of the eMagazine)
Almost half of all business travellers are female and their safety is often left to chance. Plan instead of taking a gamble: what can be done to better protect women when travelling?
Carolyn Pearson, CEO of Maiden Voyage, explains why women’s requirements should be a key consideration for accommodations of all shapes and sizes.
Maiden Voyage shares it’s top ten tips for travelling alone safely.
Keeping solo female business travellers safe is the number one priority for Maiden Voyage. Lizzie Murphy spoke to founder, Carolyn Pearson.
In the current global climate, and with increasingly diverse workforces, it’s more important than ever that academic organisations meet their legal and moral obligations of duty of care.
Women have always dreamed of escaping their ordinary lives - but it's only in recent history that travel has become a legitimate opportunity to do so - and then only for some.
The new travel trend connects singletons with like-minded solo travellers.
Supervisors who don’t send women on business trips, in a misguided effort to avoid dealing with women’s safety issues, are doing their companies a disservice by suppressing that talent.
"I found a gap in the market to make travel fun, safe and social for the increasing number of women travelling alone." - Carolyn Pearson
More and more organisations are taking a closer look at what they do to support their female business travellers
"Female-friendly" is not about being treated differently; it is about being treated appropriately.
Carolyn Pearson CEO and founder of Maiden Voyage explains why it is acceptable to have a gender-specific conversation about travel risks.
Goodbye, gloomy room service - Brummel Magazine looks at how Maiden Voyage can help solo business woman get the most out of a work trip.
The BBC looks at the female business traveller and how companies such as maiden-voyage.com are catering for women who not only need to feel safe, but want to meet like-minded business women to network and share social events.
Research conducted by maiden-voyage.com finds that very few companies provide adequate travel safety training for female staff.
Cosmopolitan talks about women who have taken a career change and developed a new and innovative business out of their passions and a need that felt was not being met.
maiden-voyage.com CEO Carolyn Pearson talks about why expats make the perfect city ambassadors. Sophie Hicks, Ana Elisa Seixas and Karin Richman share their expat stories of living and working in Istanbul, Dubai and Vienna.
Interview with CEO Carolyn Pearson who shares her story of why she launched maiden-voyage.com and the challenges she faces as a woman running a start-up business.
The trend of catering to women is a budding phenomenon across the globe, and the list of hotels offering such personalized service and amenities is growing. By Chitra Balasubramaniam.
Maiden Voyage founder Carolyn Pearson talks about how a business trip to LA led to the launch of a global network for female business travellers.
maiden-voyage.com founder Carolyn Pearson gives her top tips for making the most of your business trip including how to keep safe and how to indulge.
Executive Secretary Magazine's exclusive interview with maiden-voyage.com founder Carolyn Pearson.
Daisy Carrington discusses the requirements of the fastest growing group of business travellers - women.
Gullivers Business Travel Journalist takes the CNN article to the next level and asks himself why women should receive different treatment whilst on business travel. Maiden Voyage’s CEO Carolyn Pearson explains the thinking behind the experience of the female business traveller.
Nick Easen talks about the new travel workforce which consists mainly of female business travellers, he shows a number of different ways these travellers now get a fun, but safe travel experience.
Tim Hume explores the new generation of online services turning business travel into a social experiencer.
Dream Corner Radio presenter Viv Oyolu interviews Carolyn Pearson about all thing women in technology, why she started Maiden Voyage and gathers tips for success, as part of her show that inspires women to follow their dreams and passions.
Annie Kaszina interviews Maiden Voyage founder and CEO Carolyn Pearson. They talk about the issues facing women who travel alone for business, female friendly hotels, humour and frivolity in the work place.
Tim Jenkins interviews founder Carolyn Pearson and member Inna Schlepina about Maiden Voyage.
Hilary Howard from the New York Times looks at how Social Networking is connecting business women whilst they are on the road.
The regular digital content blog from Jemima Kiss, entitled "maiden-voyage wants to connect women business travellers"
Maiden Voyage has worked with airlines, airports, hotels and other travel suppliers and travel security experts to develop the comprehensive new online learning module to support business travellers during the COVID19 pandemic..
Lynn Bennett, former Travel Strategy and New Business Manager for Shell, has joined travel safety organization Maiden Voyage.
Maiden Voyage, specialists in diverse traveller safety announced today the launch of its new Advisory Board, a strategic committee of industry executives, bringing wide-ranging expertise in customer success, sales and marketing.
Maiden Voyage, specialists in diverse traveller safety and what3words have joined forces to further enhance the safety and security of business travellers.
Orbit World Travel, New Zealand’s largest corporate travel provider to is set to become the first travel management provider in the Southern Hemisphere to deliver a range of solutions to help employers to support their female and LGBTQ travellers.
A new campaign “Hotels4Homeless” launches today bringing the hotel and homeless sectors together to benefit some of society’s most disadvantaged.
Maiden Voyage have launched a new study into the rising reports of sexual assaults and violence against female air passengers and crew. Elevating the Female Traveller will be the most in-depth, independent, piece of research ever. conducted around this issue.
Maiden Voyage has joined forces with multi-national travel management organisation, GlobalStar to increase the safety of both female and LGBTQ travellers globally.
Maiden Voyage, has launched a series of webinars to improve the wellbeing of business travellers globally.
University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has invested in safeguarding their travellers.
Gray Dawes Group, independent travel specialists who expertly deliver niche travel management services become world’s first certified Travel Management Company (TMCs).
Capita Travel and Events and Maiden Voyage have joined forces in a unique deal to certify and showcase hotels that are ‘Female Friendly’.
Maiden Voyage scoops two prestigious travel innovation awards at the Business Travel and Meetings Show.