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Renault supports the SB/EP Chair - Launching MOBILIZ social business project

13 July 2012

In line with its commitment to sustainable mobility for all, in mid-2012, the Renault group launched a program of social business to help remove the mobility obstacles preventing low-income job-seekers from accessing employment

The program, developed in cooperation with partners from the charity sector, academia and public organizations, has three components :

- Renault Socially Responsible Garages: these garages in the Renault network volunteer to provide beneficiaries of the Renault Mobiliz program with a range of quality products and services at cost price. People on low incomes can buy a car or have their car repaired at a Renault Socially Responsible Garage.

- Mobiliz Invest s.a.s: this investment firm provides financing for businesses that offer innovative mobility solutions to improve the quality of life for socio-economically disadvantaged people.

- Renault sponsors the Social Business/Enterprise & Poverty Chair and participates in the Action Tank "Entreprise et pauvreté", which seeks to contribute to a more inclusive society that creates more economic and societal value.

More on Renault Mobiliz program.

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