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Are you looking to begin or further your career in public affairs?

Are you a politically-minded individual, looking to work for an award-winning consultancy?

Are you passionate about championing diversity in the transport, infrastructure and construction sectors?

At JFG Communications we have 3 exciting role opportunities and are currently inviting applications. Please read on for more information.

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November saw the long-awaited launch of the National Infrastructure Strategy, designed to transform the UK’s infrastructure networks, and based around three central objectives; economic recovery, levelling up and strengthening the Union, and meeting the UK’s net-zero emissions target by 2050.

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Following the long-awaited launch of the National Infrastructure Strategy, our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field, takes a look at why effective stakeholder engagement will be vital to the success of every project.

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Today is Equal Pay Day, which marks the day in the year where women effectively stop earning and work for free until the end of the year.  

This is caused by the gender pay gap, which sees women earning less, on average, than their male colleagues. 

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The Railway Industry Association and Women in Rail have today launched their ‘Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Charter’. The Charter has been designed to support diversity across the UK railway industry.

The word October with a magnifying glass

In the past month, the transport industry has continued to see a push towards active travel as the green recovery from Covid-19 continues. This has been despite the apparent policy shift by the Secretary of State for Transport.

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October is Black History Month in the UK.  It has been fantastic to see the ways in which people have been encouraged to talk about and celebrate the achievements of Black people in Britain. 

At JFG Comms we thought this would be a great opportunity to celebrate Black women who have contributed to the transport industry over the years. So we set about researching. 

Ada Lovelace

In our blog for Ada Lovelace Day, Becky Franklin finds out more about the 'enchantress of numbers' and why we need more female pioneers like her.

JFG Comms founder, Jo Field

Spotlight on our Founder and Managing Director – Jo Field

This month we’re excited to celebrate our fourth birthday!

We're also launching our new regular team member spotlight. So this is the perfect time to feature our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field.

In this spotlight, Jo reflects on how the consultancy has evolved over the past four years, and her initial ‘why’ that drove her to start JFG Comms.....

September under magnifying glass

September has been a busy month in the transport industry. With all schools in the UK now back full-time, there has been a big focus on the green school run and avoiding using cars more in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Many local authorities increased public transport services in preparation for children returning to school and parents returning to work.

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Our Founder and MD, Jo Field, recently shared with CIPR Influence Magazine her tips for successfully engaging your stakeholders......

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Jo Field, our Founder and Managing Director, and Board Member of Women in Transport, recently spoke with women working in the transport sector about their experiences through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In recent months Covid-19 has changed the way in which we do things throughout the world. This is especially relevant for transport. When lockdown began, the focus shifted rapidly from moving citizens, to keeping a core transportation system operational so freight and essential workers could continue to move.

Women smiling at women in construction summit

Our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field, recently took part in a Q&A session with the Women in Construction Summit, looking at encouraging women into the construction industry. We're delighted to share the article with you.