Renault is more than 130,000 talented people who imagine, design, manufacture, sell and finance vehicles in more than 100 countries on all world continents.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, formed in 1999, was the Group’s first major experience of opening up to other cultures. Renault’s international development picked up speed when the company took over Romanian manufacturer Dacia in 1999 and the automotive division of Samsung in 2000. Since then, Renault has struck up numerous international partnerships, in Brazil, Iran, Morocco, Russia, India and Israel, among others.
Since 1999, Renault has promoted international recruitment, by operating an international recruitment network, advertising job offers in European newspapers, and taking part in school forums internationally. International profiles carry great value at Renault. All executives joining the Group need a minimum score of 750 points in the TOEIC test of English for international communication.