Our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field, who is also a Board Member of Women in Transport, is featured in the latest issue of Womanthology, the digital magazine and community for working women.

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Today, MPs and diversity champions from across the transport sector celebrated International Women in Engineering Day in Parliament. 

We're looking forward to the New Civil Engineer (NCE) UK Transport conference on 4 July.

Today is International Women in Engineering Day. In this Year of Engineering and the centenary anniversary of women getting the vote, still only 11% of UK engineers are women.

Our Founder & Managing Director, Jo Field, was recently asked to give her expert opinion on diversity in transport, in a debate in Transportation Professional magazine.

We're looking forward to going to the Transport Times UK Transport Infrastructure Summit on 23 May.

The deadline for large companies to report their gender pay gaps was last month and transport and infrastructure companies have reported some of the biggest pay gaps.

Women in Transport have announced that on 28 June, the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Transport, Ruth Cadbury MP, will host a reception to celebrate women in the sector and consider how we inspire the next generation during the Year of Engineering.

Today is International Women's Day and this year’s theme is #PressforProgress.

We're working with the CIPR Construction and Property Special Interest Group (CAPSIG) on a survey to understand the experiences and perspectives of women working as PRs in the construction / property industry.

We're thrilled to be nominated for New Agency of the Year in the 2018 PR Moment Awards.

Our Managing Director, Jo Field, took part in a panel debate in the CIHT (Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation) theatre at the Highways UK conference in Birmingham back in November.

The session looked at the importance of people’s needs in driving infrastructure and services. As an industry, we’re increasingly becoming more customer focused. The projects we’re planning and delivering are being delivered for the customer. So, it's important we engage our stakeholders to make sure customers’ views are represented.

Jo's presentation is featured in 'liaising with others to ensure a project's success' in January's issue of Transportation Professional. 

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Thoughts from Jo Field, Founder of JFG Communications

The transport industry contributes over £90bn annually to the UK economy. But with the fast-paced environment we live in today, and disruptive forces such as globalisation and technological innovation, it’s important for the industry to keep up. In fact, many reports warn the transport industry must undergo radical change to remain competitive.

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Our Managing Director, Jo Field, was recently asked to give her expert opinion on a think tank's research into the planning of major infrastructure projects.