NAOS Constitution

The Constitution lays out the foundations of a new advanced social and societal model.


The Constitution is an official document
which sets a new model of governance,
with the ambition of transcending
the usual capitalistic schemes.

Conceived and written in 2011
by Jean-Noël Thorel, the Constitution
lays NAOS company rules and operating
principles within the respect of its values.
It is designed to allow:
– the sustainable growth of NAOS
and its mission,
– the NAOS brands’ innovation,
– the implementation of actions to reveal human potential,
– the diversification into the Human Care field.


illustration naos

The Constitution is a charter of rules
and principles presiding all decisions
relative to the four listed missions.

Its ultimate purpose is to ensure the longevity and development of NAOS activities through sustainable growth.


Represented within NAOS governance
by the President Jean-Noël Thorel together with Céline Nebout and Alexandre Dhuiège,
it sets the decision-making process for the nomination of different authorities within the company and for the undertaking of major investments.

"Facing the ever more urgent

challenges of our world,

I have decided to go

even further and give

a societal dimension to

our collective work by creating

a shareholder foundation

to ensure NAOS

longevity and control."

Jean-Noël Thorel