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Enterprise Holdings

Enterprise Holdings, Inc.
Type Private holding company
Industry Car rental
Founded 1957 (1957)
Founders Jack Taylor
Headquarters Clayton, Missouri, United States
Key people Andrew C. Taylor,
Executive Chairman
Donald A Ross,
Vice Chairman
Pamela Nicholson,
President & CEO
Revenue $15.4 billion
Employees 74,000

Enterprise Holdings, Inc. is an American holding company headquartered in Clayton, Missouri. It is the parent company of car rental companies Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, Alamo Rent a Car, PhillyCarShare, and Enterprise CarShare. The holding company was formed in 2009 as a result of Enterprise Rent-A-Car's 2007 acquisition of Vanguard Automotive Group, the parent company of National Car Rental and Alamo Rent a Car. Enterprise ranks as the largest car rental company in the United States.[1] The company sells its used cars through Enterprise Car Sales.


Enterprise CarShare

In 2008, Enterprise piloted its first on-campus carsharing program at Washington University in St. Louis.[2] The program, called WeCar, was introduced at University of South Florida in July 2009.[2] As of September 2012, WeCar has 100 carsharing programs in more than 30 American states and Canada, and the service offers almost 100 electric cars and plug-in hybrids, including the Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt.[3]

By September 2013, WeCar was re-branded as Enterprise CarShare.[4]

Mergers and acquisitions

A planned acquisition of Citer SA was announced in November 2011; this includes the acquisition of subsidiary Atesa.[5] This acquisition would add 30,000 vehicles to the company's fleet and provide entry into the French and Spanish markets.[5]

Enterprise acquired Zimride ride-matching business on July 10, 2013. Terms of the sale were not released.[6]

External links

  • Official website


  1. ^ Largest Car Rental Companies 
  2. ^ a b "USF joins Enterprise WeCar sharing program".  
  3. ^ Jim Motavalli (2012-09-21). "In Greenville, S.C., the First Shoots of an E.V. Ecosystem".  
  4. ^ Enterprise CarShare Rebranding 
  5. ^ a b Volkman, Kelsey (21 Nov 2011), "Enterprise to buy Citer, enter France and Spain",  
  6. ^ "Enterprise acquires Zimride ride-matching business".  
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