Journalist at L'Echo since 2009. International news, business, sustainable development, I covered many subjects in various media. Today, my favorite topics are Mobility, Automotive , Air Transport and SNCB .
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I'm a MediaNama alumna from 2015-16 (remember TinyOwl?) now back to cover e-services like food and grocery delivery, app based transport and policies, platforms and media in India.
Terri Chapman is a Visiting Associate at the Observer Research Foundation in the economy and growth and cyber and media programs. Her research focuses on the impacts of technology on democracy and governance, labour markets, and employment and social protections. More broadly her research interests include social mobility, welfare, and inequality. She also leads outreach activities for ORF in South Asia and Africa. Prior to joining the Observer Research Foundation, Terri worked as a management consultant advising public sector clients on regional economic development
Having lived in four very different countries—India, England, Singapore, and the US—Ananya is obsessed with how tech empowers people from all walks of life. Ananya holds a bachelor's degree in economics and journalism from New York University. Prior to Quartz, she was with the Verge, CNNMoney, Inc.com, and the Hindustan Times. When awake and not at work, you'll find her dancing or eating
Journalist - Chennai, IND. My interests are in linkages between environment, health & development. I focus on mobility, urbanisation & climate.
I'm the Technology Editor at Forbes India and I love writing about all things tech. Explaining the big picture, where tech meets business and society, is what drives me. I don't get to do that every day, but I live for those well-crafted stories, written simply, sans jargon.
My professional experience of 20 years encompasses four areas - Automotive Industry, Management Consulting, Power Sector and Clean Energy Solutions.
Channelnewsasia senior journalist covering transport & more, formerly with @STcom.
Writer for IoT Times, EBN and The Connected Car on #Mobility, #Privacy, #SmartCities, #IoT and #security.
Ingrid is a writer and editor for TechCrunch, joining February 2012, based out of London.
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