JCDecaux operates exclusively within public spaces. This means that we have significant responsibility because we shape the daily lives of members of the general public through our street furniture, which carries commercial messages for products and services.
Since our company was founded in 1998, JCDecaux Norge AS has maintained an active collaboration with the authorities, through which we have jointly developed schemes that serve the interests of both parties.
Our parent company JCDecaux SA got listed on the stock exchange in 2001, and in connection with this, a Code of Ethics was formalized for use by the companies within the JCDecaux group. These ethical values guide the group in relations with both employees and third parties. The Code of Ethics consists of a set of guidelines, which all companies within the group are obligated to adhere to in their everyday work.
The principles behind these rules are based on JCDecaux’s foundational values: Quality, Honesty, and Openness.
An increasing number of assignments are entrusted to private enterprises like us, which means that we have a responsibility that extends beyond our primary activities. This responsibility imposes several requirements regarding continual compliance and quality in the work that we deliver as a company.
The Sustainable Development Direction was established in 2007 to reflect the JCDecaux group’s obligation to seek to achieve financial growth with simultaneous respect for people and the environment. JCDecaux’s continual engagement with these challenges emphasizes the group’s dedication to fulfilling its corporate social responsibility and global obligations.