Hamish Vallabh

Hamish Vallabh

Strategist

Hamish graduated from university in Australia with a joint BBus degree in Marketing and Management. His career began in client-side marketing for global, luxury car brands. However, he became more interested in both brand strategy and human behaviour - which was the catalyst to his move away from marketing. This change in direction allowed him to travel all over Australia for work, eventually working on creative strategy and brand planning for Apple.

Hamish moved to London in 2015 to join TAB as a Strategist. With a deep love of tech and a particular focus on mobile, Hamish decided to move to London and to TAB as he saw both as centres of excellence for mobile strategy and mobile software development. Since joining the team, Hamish has worked on early strategic and pitch work for a multitude of large clients, including BP and News UK.

Mobility is creating a world where we no longer need to rely on our own cars to get from A to B. Increasingly, especially for those of us in urban environments, we rely on the apps on our smartphones to do that.

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By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 11 August 2016

Regarded as the darling of London’s start-up scene, Deliveroo has totally shaken up the way we think about take-away food by reimagining the customer experience of food delivery.

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By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 18 April 2016

It’s the start of a new year, and for most of us that means it’s time for some resolutions. Here at TAB, we’re taking January to help our clients think about what their mobile strategy will look like for 2016.

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By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 14 January 2016

As the world has become more ‘digital’, so too have the ways in which people now consume news content. This shift is happening in two significant ways.

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By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 19 November 2015

In just six years (and only three in the UK, Uber has turned the car service industry on its head and at the same time, firmly embedded itself into the habitual life of its users.

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By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 09 October 2015