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Monday 08 June 2015 by Groupe Renault - Corporate

Five questions for Jean Agulhon, human resources director for France

In February, Renault announced it would be recruiting 1,000 people on permanent employment contracts in France in 2015, one half in production functions and the other half in services and engineering. The good news received broad press coverage in France and further afield. Three months on, we asked Jean Agulhon, human resources director for France, how the project was advancing.

Tags: HR

Thursday 16 April 2015 by Maxime Cannesson - Corporate

A new logo for Renault

Renault unveiled its new brand identity at the Geneva Motor Show earlier on in the year. It features an upgrade to the logo and above all a powerful new tagline that emphasizes the Renault design renewal under way since 2012. To probe this important new development, we asked five questions to Guillaume Boisseau, the Renault group's brands director.

Tags: brand interview marque renaut

Wednesday 12 November 2014 by Groupe Renault - Corporate

"The Renault plant in Oran, Algeria contributes to the development of a national automotive industry" - Carlos Ghosn

Indeed, some of you might not have been aware, but Renault is the first carmaker to set up industrial operations in Algeria. With a local presence dating back to 1922, when the Société Algérienne des Automobiles Renault was founded, Renault group has been the unrivalled leader in the Algerian automotive market for eight years. The Renault Algérie Production plant was inaugurated on November 10, 2014 in the presence of Abdelmalek Sellal, the Algerian Prime Minister, Abdesselam Bouchouareb, Algerian Minister of Industry and Mining, Laurent Fabius, French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, Emmanuel Macron, French Minister of the Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs, and Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault group.

Tags: manufacturing

Wednesday 13 August 2014 by Groupe Renault - Corporate

Renault Twingo and Smart: a unique partnership setting a reference for shared architecture

Ever wondered how two competing car manufacturers could collaborate? Especially two companies with two completely different cultures? We met up with Renault's Kassai and Smart's Winkler at the Geneva Motor Show a few months ago, and here is what they had to say about their partnership and how they worked together to develop a common architecture for New Twingo & New Smart (fortwo & forfour).

Tags: manufacturing New Twingo plant