Neuilly-sur-Seine (France), 12 June 2017 – Marie-Françoise Damesin, human resources executive VP with the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Groupe Renault, was awarded the 2017 CHRO of the Year Trophy. This distinction, founded in 1997 by Cadremploi, Hudson and Le Figaro, promotes the profession of human resources chief, and its strategic contribution to company development. As Ms Françoise Damesin notes in this interview, credit goes to the group’s human resources teams, and the workforce as a whole.
Groupe Renault was recently awarded the RH&M group’s Digital HR Team prize for MaVie@Renault, an employee-centric new digital HR portal providing Groupe Renault’s French employees with a useful and convenient one-stop entry point for accessing full HR information.
On March 20, Renault and RCI Bank and Services became partners of Techstars, the globally known American startup accelerator that recently opened a branch in Paris. This open innovation initiative is continuing Groupe Renault’s culture of partnerships and a key component of an innovation ecosystem*. Our aim with this partnership is to discover and support entrepreneurs and ideas with strong potential in the areas of new mobilities, connected services, and autonomous vehicles.
RCI Bank and Services, the Groupe Renault subsidiary specializing in automotive services and finance, and the ESCP Europe business school are launching a European competition on automotive mobility for the under-30 age group, inviting a hundred students to come up with innovative transport solutions for the younger generations.
After Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv, Renault has opened a third Renault Open Innovation Lab called "Le Square" in Paris. By organising Renault internal teams to cooperate with startups and external partners, it aims to define new ways of working and to explore the future of mobility.
In 2017, the Stepway family is growing with the New Logan MCV Stepway, a modern and generous wagon with an adventurous spirit!
“When I was little I used to play with building sets. And that’s what I do in my job today: I build cars that, I hope, will be appreciated by our customers.”
Though Dacia’s resounding international success is hardly news, the brand continues to gain ground across all the regions where Dacias are sold.
Three questions for Clotilde Delbos, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer Groupe Renault, and Chairman of the Board of RCI Banque
Clotilde Delbos joined Groupe Renault in 2012 as Group Controller. On 1 January 2014, she became a member of the Renault Management Committee. On 1 May 2014, Clotilde Delbos was appointed Alliance Global Director, Control, in addition to her current role as SVP, Groupe Renault Controller. She became a member of the Groupe Renault Board of Directors in 2014. She also became a member of the Board of Directors of RCI Banque in November 2014. Since 25 April 2016, Clotilde Delbos has been Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Groupe Renault. She is a member of the Renault Executive Committee and also Chairman of the Board of RCI Banque.