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September 3, 2014

Hard work pays off at Enterprise

I’ve been working at Enterprise since the year 2000. When I joined, I knew I was starting at the bottom, but I also knew that if I worked hard it would pay off.
August 29, 2014

From management trainee to general manager. This is my career story

As the first British Vice President and General Manager at Enterprise, Paul Smith has some great advice for those starting the graduate management trainee programme, and talks about how he almost missed his chance to work for the company.
August 11, 2014

Why Spain is set to get even hotter

As General Manager for Spain I'm proud that our Spanish operations have already reached significant milestones, including record profitability. We wouldn't have been able to achieve this without focusing on great customer service. This is my career story.
August 4, 2014

My placement year earned me more than just experience

Deciding to do my placement with Enterprise was a great decision. I not only gained some invaluable skills, but it also led to one other unexpected benefit.
July 29, 2014

Enterprise has come a long way since 1996 and so have I

Within two weeks of applying for Enterprise 18 years ago, I’d attended an assessment day, got a job offer and been given a start date. In a way, it was a highly appropriate start to my career here, as I have found myself growing along with the business at a very fast pace ever since.
July 18, 2014

Lots of promotions, three award wins, one fast-growing team: my career story

After graduating I joined Enterprise on the graduate programme, to gain some management experience. I never thought I’d stay here this long, but nine years later I’ve never looked back.
July 8, 2014

Non-stop progression: my Enterprise career story

When I joined Enterprise, I didn’t think that my application would be successful. I had some sales experience but I’d never worked in an office before. As it turns out, I am so glad I applied, because getting that job has proved to be a real turning point in my career.