The GoJane,Go Network
We are building a network of women who travel for business. Because business travel is different for women, we've found that when you have a cohort of peers in your pocket, they can act as a safety net. Not because we need protecting, but because we deserve a network of peers and advocates who understand exactly what it's like to be us.
ROBUST NETWORK OF WOMEN FOR WOMEN
Right now we are growing global community of 1000+ women. We need your help to grow so women everywhere have access to a real-time squad. When you open our app in a new city we want you to connect with hundreds of advocates to help you with whatever you need. Join Us!
We have room for everyone
Travel with connections everywhere
WIDE CONNECTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY
Our legions are outspoken, supportive, curious, and professional. From the U.K. to Portland, OR the majority of our members are Sr. Level with dozens of years of experience. We've spent years of our careers thriving in airports, train stations, hotels, motels, and rental cars. We've spent hundreds of hours navigating the home-life and work-life chasm. Join Us!
SHARE INSIGHTS AND SUCCESS IN DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES
Our members come from dozens, if not hundreds, of different backgrounds. Some of the industries represented in our cohort are: Tech, Agency, Government, Consumer Products, HR, Advertising, PR, Pharma, Medicine, Bio-tech, Education, Non-Profit, and Marketing. With what industry do you want to connect? Join Us!
Grow together as a big family
Have fun together
GENUINE INTERACTIONS AND SUPPORT FROM REAL WOMEN
We leave toxic positivity and political views out of our day to day, and although we share personal stories, we never take things personally. By sharing our professional wins and losses we help each other shorten the learning curve to success.
Go Jane, Go!
Join Us Change the World
Ever wonder if there is a fellow female business traveler in your hotel or airport lounge that could join you for a glass of wine, or maybe another woman with whom you could network? Ever wish you could ask a few thousand women for quick advice on a new market approach or business travel tip? Ever wish you could ask an executive woman the question you can't ask your male executives?
Go Jane, Go.
My first business trip after giving birth was brutal. I felt guilty leaving, I had to manage pumping from the road, and although my male boss was very kind, I felt uncomfortable as a new mom on the road. Sharing my experience with this community gave me tips and tricks for new moms like me and made me feel like I had support without judgement.