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PRCA Dare Awards 2022 Finalist Badge

We're delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at this year's PRCA Dare Awards for the South East Region.

As a team, JFG Comms has been named as finalists in the Small Consultancy of the Year category and our Senior Account Manager, Becky Franklin, has been shortlisted for Rising Star of the Year.

We're delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at this year's Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Excellence awards.

A man and women standing in front of white board talking. With the caption 'Research released by not for profit, EngineeringUK, has found the number of women in engineering roles in the UK has increased from 562,000 in 2010, to 936,000 in 2021.'

A look at the transport industry in March

In March we’ve seen a focus on buses with the recent £200 million funding from the ZEBRA (Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas) scheme, Transport for London’s Bus Action Plan and Transport for Greater Manchester’s landmark announcement about the franchising of its bus system. It’s clear one year on from the National Bus Strategy, both national government and sub-regional transport bodies understand the important role buses will play in improving and decarbonising our transport networks. 

Women in Westminster: The 100 2022

Jo Field named among 100 of the most inspirational and influential women in Westminster

JFG Communications is proud to announce that once again, our Founder and Chief Executive, Jo Field, has been named as one of 100 high-profile women in Westminster.

Big Ben and Houses of Parliament with red London bus driving past. Caption - 'Data from Transport for London shows Tube ridership has increased by more than 25% since working from home restrictions were lifted on 19th January, with bus ridership up by nearly 10%'.

A look at the transport industry in February

This month we saw the announcement of the government’s new levelling up strategy, with the launch of a whitepaper entitled ‘Levelling Up the United Kingdom’. The strategy sets out plans for investing in transport, including greater power and responsibilities for Local Transport Authorities so they can plan their transport systems more effectively, a £360m investment to introduce London-style contactless ticketing across regional rail commuter networks, and new bus priority lanes in cities to make buses faster, more reliable and more attractive to customers.