Groupe Renault is working with the Palace of Versailles for the first time ever to help fund the restoration of the palace’s Peace Room.
Under any ordinary circumstances it’s pretty difficult for the man in the street to get an interview with Groupe Renault chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. But that’s exactly what happened, for the first time at an international motor show, when the Renault boss met five web opinion leaders at the Paris event.
Yesterday, December 3rd, Chairman & CEO Carlos Ghosn of Groupe Renault announced his decision that Renault will return to Formula 1 with its own team for 2016 season.
Innovation is one of Carlos Ghosn’s priorities. It is also the core business of Navi Radjou, innovation advisor. The two men met in early 2015 to talk about innovation.