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Deborah Talbot

Deborah Talbot

Deborah Talbot is an ethnographer and journalist specialising in culture, society, economics and all things urban.
Most recent articles by Deborah

Culture

How busy parents can overcome transport challenges

Ask any parent about the transport challenges they face when getting around with their children, and the response is pretty much always the same. It’s stressful, particularly when you have buggies, multiple children and a busy work and personal schedule … Ask any parent about the transport challenges they face when getting around with their children, and the response is pretty much always the same. It’s …

Lifestyle

Will 2017 be the year of personalised travel?

Innovators are beginning to understand that personalised travel - delivering extremely focused mobility solutions - is the way forward when it comes to future transport, and that providing a level of service that feels bespoke to an individual is fundamental … Innovators are beginning to understand that personalised travel - delivering extremely focused mobility solutions - is the way forward when it comes to future transport, …

Insight & Vision

The shape of things to come: Experts on future transport in 2017

2016 was a breakthrough year for future transport and mobility. Among many other developments, car giants embraced new approaches to movement, magazines expanded their editorial remit to factor in this emerging industry, and a myriad of companies focused on delivering … 2016 was a breakthrough year for future transport and mobility. Among many other developments, car giants embraced new approaches to movement, magazines expanded their editorial …

Insight & Vision

Hackathons: An innovative game changer everyone can tap into

Plenty of people will tell you that Big Companies Can’t Innovate. Instead, they say, innovation belongs to startups and disruptive individuals using disruptive technologies. Not anymore. Big companies can innovate – it just takes a willingness to think outside the box. … Plenty of people will tell you that Big Companies Can’t Innovate. Instead, they say, innovation belongs to startups and disruptive individuals using disruptive technologies. Not anymore. …

Culture

What do mobile millennials want from urban transport?

As city populations continue to boom, mobility is increasingly a casualty of urban infrastructure under pressure. How do mobile millennials – one of the most talked about population segments – get around their cities and what would they like to change? 54% of the … As city populations continue to boom, mobility is increasingly a casualty of urban infrastructure under pressure. How do mobile millennials – one of the most talked about …