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Autumn issue of Renault Business’s digital magazine

The autumn 2018 issue of Renault’s digital business magazine, aimed at fleets wishing to learn more about the brand’s cars and vans, is now live.

The Autumn issue of Renault Business’s digital magazine is now live

Celebrating 120 years of Renault, the digital magazine explores the French brand’s past, present and future.

Discover Renault’s range of fleet-focused cars and vans, as well as the company’s 12 tips for a fitter fleet, remote account management and decoding WLTP.

With a strong selection of business-ready vans, Renault Pro+ delves into case studies including The Felix Project and new ambulances for Wales, as well as specialised conversions to adapt the range for any challenge.

Furthermore, Renault Pro+ has launched a new website, drivemybusiness.co.uk, for entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs, offering advice on all aspects of running a company.

Nick Tame, director of sales for Groupe Renault UK, said: “There is a lot of uncertainty around the fleet market at the moment. However, here at Renault, we are confident we offer complete clarity to any business running cars, vans or both. We also recognise that fleets are increasingly looking at new powertrains, and in this context, Renault can claim to be an international electric power with the ZOE, Master Z.E. and Kangoo Z.E. 33.

But it’s not just about excellent products: in these uncertain times, you need stability and back-up from your vehicle provider and to this end, we have launched an innovative new Remote Account Management programme that will allow instant video access with an account manager, and a Drive My Business website offering advice to start-ups and SMEs.”

Learn more in the new Renault Business digital magazine Autumn 2018 edition here: http://bit.ly/renault-autumn-2018

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.