Enterprise Holdings, the largest car rental company in the world, is renewing its national partnership with Athlete Network (formerly Career Athletes). Through the partnership, Enterprise Holdings will have access to more than 500 university athletic departments and the ability to network with student athletes throughout the country.
Enterprise Holdings has appointed Redspot, Australia’s largest family-owned car rental company, as its franchise partner in Australia and New Zealand. “We see tremendous opportunity in Australia, where the addition of a new player that’s truly focused on customer service will create healthy competition for customer loyalty,” said Peter Smith, vice president of global franchising for Enterprise Holdings.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened a new branch at Edinburgh Waverley railway station. The global car hire company has located at the city’s main railway station in response to increasing demand from business customers and tourists for Enterprise’s car rental services.
Continuing its expansion into Europe, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has launched in Denmark through a new joint venture between two well-established Danish businesses. Danske Bank-owned Nordania Leasing and Semler Group, one of Denmark’s largest vehicle retailing and servicing operations, have joined forces to create the new car rental business, which will operate a network of Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches across Denmark.
Enterprise CarShare today announces the launch of its services in San Francisco with more than 20 locations available throughout the Bay Area beginning Feb. 2.
Following a judgment on 13th January 2015, the High Court in London has ruled in favour of Enterprise Holdings in a trademark dispute with Europcar.
If car rental reservations are any indication, it appears that businesses have wasted no time getting back to work after the holidays and already are running full steam in 2015.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has appointed Bioline as its franchise partner in the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This takes the company another step closer to achieving its goal of being available to renters right across Europe. Over the past eighteen months, Enterprise’s strategy has been to build a global network that delivers value, choice and outstanding customer service to business and leisure travellers.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has appointed Greyfell Nordic as its franchise partner in Sweden and Norway to extend the Enterprise brand into Scandinavia. This agreement is part of a planned programme of expansion over the past 18 months that has seen Enterprise partner with leading mobility providers across Europe.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened a new branch at York railway station. The global car hire company located at the station earlier this month in response to increasing demand for its car rental services from business customers and tourists.
Following the appointment of franchise partners in each country over the past 12 months, Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches are now open for business in major airport and city locations in four additional European countries - Poland, Turkey, Israel and Switzerland. The past two years has been a dynamic period of expansion for Enterprise.