FareShare East Anglia has opened a new Regional Centre in Ipswich, thanks to a £500,000 donation by the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation as part of the ‘Fill Your Tank’ programme to mark our 60th anniversary.
We have been proud sponsors of the Best University Society at the NUE Awards for a while now, and for many good reasons. If you’re a member, nominating your university society will end up making a huge difference.
We are very proud to have been included in the first Social Mobility Index, showing our commitment to making sure that – regardless of their background – Enterprise gives all current and potential employees an equal chance of success.
It's important to us to support the causes dear to our employees and the local communities in which we are based – after all, it’s one of the founding values we live by. Nowhere is this more evident than in our Scottish region.
As the world’s largest vehicle rental company, the emphasis we place on sustainability and environmental initiatives is massive. Back in 2007, as part of our Environmental Platform, we committed to planting 50 million trees over the next 50 years. So far 11 million trees have been planted, 800,000 of which in the UK.
From humble beginnings in 1957, we're now present in 85 countries and and have become the largest largest car rental company in the world. As we celebrate our anniversary, this is what happened in our sixth decade in business.
As we celebrate our 60th anniversary of being in business, we're remembering the key milestones in history that have shaped who we are as a company. The fifth decade represents a period of growth and consolidation: we reach $9 billion in revenue and 6,900 branches.