Digitisation and robotisation offer consumers an infinite number of choices.
Our role is to select useful innovations and make them accessible to as many people as possible.
25 years of innovation and industrial dedication
Schneider Consumer Group is founded on the meeting of two visions: One of historical brands, rooted in the collective memory and one of a constantly changing industrial world. Led by its founders, Philippe Samuel and Stéphane Bibas, the group innovates on a daily basis by combining its iconic brands with a particularly agile industrial model.
We ensure that our differences have purpose.
1994ADMEA,the former name of Schneider Consumer Group.
1998First importsof small electrical appliances and high-tech products.
2003Creation of the subsidiary Schneider Consumer Asiain Hong Kong.
2005Creation of the subsidiary Schneider Consumer Services.
2010Signing of the THOMSON license agreementfor telephony.
2011Signing of the THOMSON licence agreementfor small household appliances and HVAC.
2015Purchase of the SCHNEIDER brand.
2016Signing of the RADIOLA licence.
2017Purchase of the SCHOLTES brand.
2018Signing of the MILLENIUMgaming licence agreement.
Our values, our daily life
Technological innovations only make sense when they improve the daily lives of each one of us. At the service of and attentive to our customers, we design products that meet demanding criteria in terms of simplicity, user-friendliness, quality and durability.
Creativity is our true trademark. It differentiates us not only in terms of products and innovations, but also in our business model. Our Group has the ability to constantly reinvent itself to anticipate trends.
Fully aware of our responsibilities towards our employees, customers and partners, our Group devotes the utmost attention to our social and environmental footprint. That is why we scrupulously respect the highest international standards and ensure that our partners do the same. In addition, in order to support industrialisation, we are also working towards relocation in France.