Founder, Girls on the Go Club
Piya Bose started Girls On The Go Travel Club in 2008 after quitting her legal profession. Her TEDx talk on starting her business on a zero cash business model was listed by Forbes magazine amongst the Top 9 TEDx talks on travel globally.
She has sent women expedition cruising to Antarctica, photographing the Northern lights in Arctic, staying with head hunters in Nagaland, ger camping in Mongolia, trekking up to the Everest Base Camp etc. She has also helped women with disabilities travel and is now working on helping women from lesser privileged backgrounds to travel.
Piya’s personal adventures include a solo travel at the age of 16 to Brasil, a life changing land trip from Lucknow – Nepal – Tibet, and travelling to Antarctica and then crossing the Arctic Circle to Greenland in a span of three months.
Piya has been listed by Conde Naste traveller as one of the top 15 travel entrepreneurs shaking up the travel industry and has been featured in a book by Penguin Publications called ‘You Can Make Your Dreams Work’. She has also been awarded as the Best Travel Entrepreneur of the Year by PCTE University and amongst Top 50 Rising Stars by UK based ‘We Are The City’.
She is also a researcher on how environmental factors could have led to the fall of the Indus Valley Civilization and lessons we can learn to prevent a similar situation from happening again.