JCDecaux is the number one outdoor advertising company in the world, with revenues totaling 2,312 million euros in 2020 and 1,082.3 million euros for the six months ended June 30, 2021. With more than 10,230 employees, JCDecaux is present in 3,670 cities with over 10,000 inhabitants and has a daily audience of more than 840 million people across 80 countries. Operating three different business segments – street furniture, transport and billboard – it has engaged in a virtuous, sustainable business model since its founding in 1964 and it is the pioneer in eco-friendly mobility as the leader in self-service bike rental programs.
As the first out-of-home media company to join the RE100 – a coalition of companies committed to achieving 100% renewable energy – and with the aim to achieve carbon neutrality of its activities in France by end of 2021, JCDecaux is constantly innovating to reduce its environmental impact. JCDecaux is also continuously creating new streetscape and transit products and services for our partners, such as Filtreo, a new generation bus shelter which filters the surrounding air, and Empreinte 360, the first environmental, economic and social footprint calculator for advertising campaigns in France.
Repeatedly recognized for its extra-financial performance by the FTSE4Good, the MSCI and the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) rankings, JCDecaux teams work daily to make sustainable improvements in urban living. JCDecaux’s Sustainable Development Strategy, 2020 Sustainability & CSR Report, which is balanced across the three key pillars of Sustainability – Environment, Social and Stakeholders – comprises six priorities including reducing energy consumption and environmental impacts, implementing Group-wide Social and Health & Safety Policies and encouraging stakeholders, including suppliers and employees, to pursue sustainability.
JCDecaux is a proud media sponsor of Climate Week for the third year in a row, working to connect information to stakeholders and identifying municipal innovations that enhance the livability and sustainability of streetscapes.