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Join our team - Public Affairs and PR Assistant

Are you a politically engaged graduate, seeking to broaden your experience in an award-winning consultancy? Are you passionate about decarbonisation and championing diversity in the transport sector? This could be the role for you!

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Happy New Year! We're kicking off our 2022 blog series with a Team Member Spotlight featuring our Account Director, Shireen Ali-Khan.

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A look at the transport industry in December

This month we have seen the reintroduction of work from home guidance throughout the UK, and as a result, there has been a significant decline in rush-hour traffic and public transport use. 

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Virtual, virtual, hybrid: Arriving in the world of work mid-pandemic  

As a business that has been growing steadily year on year, JFG Comms moved into uncharted territory earlier this year, when we took on two graduates in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Having never physically met either candidate, we interviewed, inducted and immersed our two new recruits into working life all through video calls. Read on, as almost a year later, our PR and Public Affairs Executive, Joe Goodman, tells his story.....

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A look at the transport industry in November

In November leaders from around the world gathered together in Glasgow for the two-week Cop26 meeting to take action on climate change. Most importantly for the transport industry, the event saw representatives of governments, businesses and other organisations with an influence over the future of the automotive industry and road transport, commit to rapidly accelerating the transition to zero emission vehicles to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. It was agreed to work towards sales of all new cars and vans being zero emission globally by 2040, and by no later than 2035 in leading markets.