Hume Brophy is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Mehigan to the newly created role of Managing Director, Transport & Mobility. Chris will lead Hume Brophy’s international practice on transport and mobility worldwide, driving growth and strategy.
Reporting to CEO, Conall McDevitt, Chris will join the company’s senior Executive Team.
Hume Brophy has an exceptional and long-established track record in transport and mobility globally. Chris will continue to work alongside co-founder, John Hume, widely regarded as one of the leading strategists in this sector and who built Hume Brophy’s reputation as a leading transport and mobility consultancy.
CEO Conall McDevitt said:
“This appointment is the latest step in Chris’s career within Hume Brophy, a natural progression which recognizes his emergence as one of the most experienced and respected advocacy experts in Europe on transport policy and communications strategy. For over a decade he has supported Hume Brophy clients in their engagement efforts with the European Institutions and Member State governments, helping to place them at the heart of relevant debates and navigating complex regulatory challenges.”
Co-founder John Hume said:
“The transport sector is entering a period of great change as it responds to the emergence of new technologies and the industry-wide objective to transition to a sustainable model. It is a truly fascinating time to be working with our clients during transformative period, which presents at least as many opportunities as it does challenges. Hume Brophy are meeting this challenge by adapting our approach to meet the needs of our clients as the policy environment shifts.”
Chris Mehigan commented:
“At Hume Brophy we take great pride in exceeding client expectations. The emergence of innovative technologies in the mobility space is evident across the world and presents great opportunities for the sector. I look forward to expanding our client base to encompass thriving businesses in new and existing markets, and to welcoming in new entrants who are driving forward the debate on the Future of Transport.”
You can get in touch with Chris by following the link in the bio below.