2013: Driving Futures: In Your Neighborhood; Around The World

Today, we have operations in more than 50 countries and territories around the world. But for all that might have changed, our approach to doing business remains the same: We take the long-term view and consistently and conservatively invest in our future.


Enterprise welcomed Peter Seligmann, co-founder, chairman and CEO of the environmental advocacy organization Conservation International, for an exclusive discussion with Lee Broughton. In an hour-long conversation with more than 100 Enterprise senior leaders, Seligmann highlighted the importance of corporate initiatives that strike a balance between business value and resource conservation. The give-and-take zeroed in on the principles and applications of sustainable business and the critical importance of practices big and small that can help secure a sustainable future for companies and communities.


This year, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation provided $22 million in grant funding to charitable causes. Approximately 87% of funds fulfill employee requests to support organizations that they actively support.


Promises Underway

20/20 Vision:

242,155 Gigajoules of energy reduced since 2010

Carbon Offset:

$500,000 towards $1 million goal

50 Million Tree Pledge:

Nearly 8 Million planted to date

Alternative Fuel:

82% of our shuttle busses now run on cleaner fuel

Leadership forum on the future of the automobile

Our Chairman and CEO Andrew C. Taylor and President of General Motors North America Mark Reuss discussed the future of the global mobility at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis.

Enterprise employees making a difference in Germany

We're planting 10,000 trees at the Schutzgemeinschaft Deutscher Wald forest in Saxony, Germany. These new plantings will support the rehabilitation of 6.5 acres of forest in the region, providing accelerated soil stabilization, improved flood prevention and restore important wildlife habitats.

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