- Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is the main sponsor of the Women’s Forum 2017 Global Meeting, the world’s leading conference for women on major social and economic issues, reflecting the Alliance’s commitment to diversity.
- The Alliance, global leader in electric vehicles with over 500,000 EV units sold worldwide, will provide a fleet of electric vehicles to transport delegates for the forum.
- Four Alliance executives will address the Global Meeting on diversity in the automotive industry, artificial intelligence, electric vehicles, connectivity and mobility services.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the world’s largest automotive manufacturer and global leader in electric vehicles, today announces it is continuing its sponsorship of the Women’s Forum Global Meeting, the world’s leading platform featuring women’s voices on major social and economic issues. The Global Meeting of the Women’s Forum takes place in Paris on 5th & 6th October 2017, attended by more than 2,000 delegates at high-level plenaries and discussions.
Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said: “The Alliance renewed its partnership with the Women’s Forum. Fostering a diverse, multicultural workforce is key for a company to deliver its best results, and has always been a priority for the Alliance. We are fully engaged to continue promoting women advancement because it makes sense to our business.”
During the Global Meeting, the Alliance, which recently reached the historic milestone of aggregate sales of 500,000 electric vehicles worldwide, will provide a fleet of 30 electric vehicles for delegate-shuttles between key venues, including Renault ZOE and Nissan LEAF.
Additionally, four senior executives from across the Alliance will participate in the forum:
- Véronique Sarlat-Depotte, Purchasing Alliance Global EVP and Chairman & Managing Director of RNPO
- Melissa Cefkin, Nissan Principal Scientist, Design Anthropologist
- Béatrice Foucher, Renault VP Talent Management
- Bruno Simon, Alliance Global Director Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services
Bruno Simon and Melissa Cefkin will share their expertise on connectivity and artificial intelligence. Béatrice Foucher will discuss her experience of working across borders and cultures and managing multi-generational teams in the automotive industry. Véronique Sarlat-Depotte will be a jury on a plenary debate on diversity programs.