World Fairs, held every five years in a different country, provide an exceptional showcase for inventiveness and creativity, and a wonderful opportunity for interaction across cultures and capabilities across the whole of humanity. Renault is backing France's application to host the 2025 World Fair, on the twin themes of the place of mankind in the world, and the development of technologies.

Renault was a founding member of the French candidacy initiative, in 2013, alongside twenty or so major French companies, including Carrefour, Air France, SNCF, Bouygues and LVMH. It thus commits to full-scale involvement in a global event that marks a major impetus for progress.

On 22nd of November 2016, the French President, François Hollande, filed an application for France to host the 2025 Universal Exhibition with the BIE (Bureau international des expositions – International Exhibitions Office).

Discover the reasons for Renault's commitment to this project with Mouna Sepehri, member of the Renault Executive Committee and executive vice-president for the CEO's office:

France succeeds best when it gathers forces on projects that reveal its immense talent across a broad international scope. World Fairs, starting with the first in 1851, offer host countries a fantastic opportunity to show the whole world the full scope of their cultural and technological know-how. Expofrance 2025 expresses a fresh, collective, progress-oriented ambition for France, a century and a half after Paris first hosted this event.

Mouna Sepehri,  member of the Renault Executive Committee and executive vice-president for the CEO's office

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