Renault’s special events programme at this year’s Paris Motor Show included a visit put on by Elles Bougent, a non-profit organization working to awaken scientific and technological vocations among girl high-school and college students.
Marie Amélie le Fur, Paralympics champion and member of the Renault Handisport Team: guest of honour at the Paris Motor Show
Renault’s celebrity guest list at the Paris Motor Show was topped by Marie Amélie le Fur, French Paralympics champion at the Rio Games and member of Renault Handisport Team.
Renault’ social business programme, Renault Mobiliz, has been running since 2012, with the purpose of developing transport solutions for persons in situations of social exclusion. Social business entrepreneurs and Renault employees interested in this worthy cause met last week at the Mobiliz Lab event, a series of workshops offering first-hand insights into what social business actually means in practice. Let’s take a closer look at this new cooperative approach to social business.
Less than 3 months before the COP21 event, Renault was, for the fourth year in a row, official partner of the LH Forum . During four days, from 16 to 19 September, business leaders and heads of NGOs, social entrepreneurs, thinkers, artists and others with innovative, sustainability-focused ideas and projects were brought together for talks, discussions and workshops.
Because no large company can focus exclusively on its economic performance without paying attention to what is happening around it, Renault supports initiatives aimed at helping local communities and the environment. In 2012, Renault thus set up some 350 social responsibility initiatives, primarily on the topics of road safety, mobility assistance, education, and diversity for greater equality of opportunity.