Profile: Carolyn Pearson
Keeping solo female business travellers safe is the number one priority for Maiden Voyage. Lizzie Murphy spoke to founder Carolyn Pearson.
Travel and Adventure
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.
Is this the answer to the holiday horror of travelling alone?
The new travel trend connects singletons with like minded solo travellers.
Female Business Travelers Demand Equality From Their Employers
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.
Travelling Smart, Travelling Safe
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.
The Work In Progress
"I found a gap in the market to make travel fun, safe and social for the increasing number of women travelling alone." - Carolyn Pearson
Taking care of women on business.
More and more organisations are taking a closer look at what they do to support their female business travellers
There is a gender-specific conversation to be had about travel risk.
Employers are having more pressure put on them to provide adequate duty of care for their business travellers, which applies whether travel is domestic or international.
Uncovering the Truth of Business Travel for Women
"Female-friendly" is not about being treated differently; it is about being treated appropriately says Rheanna-Marie Hall
Why it's Ok to put women first
Carolyn Pearson CEO and founder of Maiden-Voyage.com explains why it is acceptable to have a gender-specific conversation about travel risks.
In good company
Goodbye, gloomy room service - Brummel Magazine looks at how maiden-voyage.com help the solo business woman get the most out of a work trip.
Dine in peace
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.
Women at risk when travelling
Reasearch conducted by maiden-voyage.com finds that very few companies provide adequate travel safety training for female staff.
Solo in Paris?
Myself featurte maiden-voyage.com and our key features.
Gibt's noch nicht - Erfinde Ich!
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 the 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.
Global Report - What women want from their hotel experience
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, Carolyn Pearson opens the door to female friendly travel
maiden-voyage.com founder Carolyn Pearson gtalks about how a buisness trip to LA lead to the launch of a global network for female business travellers.
What Women Want
The Flybe inflight magazine features maiden-voyage.com.
Making the Most of your Business Trip
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.
Profile - Carolyn Pearson
Executive Secretary Magazine's exclusive interview with maiden-voyage.com founder Carolyn Pearson.
Women and Inflight Catering - What women want
Laura Gelder talks about the independent reserarch conducted by maiden-voyage.com and inflightfeed.com into the latest trends and onboard dining preferences of the female business traveller.
What women want: Hotels look to cater for more female business travelers
Daisy Carrington discusses the requirements of the fastest growing group of business travellers - women. The hospitality industry is now considering further emphasis, whilst some hotels have installed all female floors, specific entry doors and giving extra's such as female magazines and special bathroom accessories. The hotel industry hopes that this gives added value towards the female safety travel experience as talked about by Carolyn Pearson of maiden-voyage.com
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 about the thinking behind the experience of the female business traveler.
Nick Easen talks about the new travel workforce which consists mainly of female business traveler, he shows a number of different ways these travellers now get a fun, but safe travel experience. Various regions in the world, now have special female traveller options, such as the pink cabs in Dubai. Easen highlights maiden-voyage.com as a way of sharing these experiences, via online and face-to-face networking.
Scottish hotel 'Skene House Hotelsuites' has been certified by maiden-voyage.com a women's business traveller network/website for offering services for the lone female business traveller.
Tim Hume explores the new generation of online services turning business travel into a social experiencer.
Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey talks about the challenges facing women travelling alone on business in the Middle East, looking at female friendly hotel the Jumeirah Emirates Towers and talks to maiden-voyage.com member Ana Seixas about her experiences travelling alone.
Pages of gorgeous, glamorous photorgraphs from the Indpendent Woman Party held at London's Iconic Met Bar.
Dream Corner Radio presenter Viv Oyolu interviews Carolyn Pearson about all thing women in technology, why she started maiden-voyage.com and gathers tips for success as part of her show that inspires women to follow their dreams and passions.
CEO Carolyn Pearson shares her top tips for fashion and comfort for the female business traveller with Jenny Southan.
Peter Baber interviews maiden-voyage.com founder, CEO and hotel lobbyist Carolyn Pearson, where she talks about her quest to change the hospitality industry for the better for lone female guests.
Annie Kaszina interviews maiden-voyage.com founder and CEO Carolyn Pearson. We talk about the issues facing women who travel alone for business, female friendly hotels, humour and frivolity in the work place and the Law of Attraction.
Tim Jenkins interviews founder Carolyn Pearson and member Inna Schlepina about maiden-voyage.com
Ayesha Durgahee looks at social networks, including maiden-voyage.com which are aimed specifically at women.
Hilary Howard looks at how Social Networking is connecting business women whilst they are on the road.
The regular digitial content blog from Jemima Kiss, entitled "maiden-voyage wants to connect women business travellers"
Alexander Garrett explores the solo life of the business traveller and tells us about a number of social networks out there which cater for them, including maiden-voyage.com
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