Enterprise Didn't Listen to Pandemic, Opened 6 New Offices in Six Months

Enterprise Didn't Listen to Pandemic, Opened 6 New Offices in Six Months
Enterprise Didn't Listen to Pandemic, Opened 6 New Offices in Six Months

Enterprise, which made local office investments to respond quickly to transportation needs, opened a new office in High Speed ​​Train (YHT) Station in Ankara.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Enterprise has opened inner-city offices in Bodrum, Antalya, Sivas, Fethiye and Istanbul, thus making its sixth office investment.

Enterprise, the world's largest car rental company, continues to invest in city offices in line with its growth targets in 2020. After the coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, Enterprise opened its inner city offices in Bodrum, Antalya, Sivas, Fethiye and Istanbul with the need for mobility brought about by returning to the new normal, and finally started to serve in its new office in Ankara YHT Station. The brand, which has made its 6th office investment in total since the beginning of the pandemic with the Ankara YHT Station, aims to increase the number of city offices to 40 by the end of the year.

in the assessment on the subject of Turkey, CEO of Enterprise Özarslan Tang, "Enterprise search open the world's largest car rental company and the size of the basic elements of customer satisfaction that is owed. These elements also have been seen since he was laid to always focus on Turkey. During the pandemic period, we focused on the customer and considered hygiene as the basic element of our business. At this point, we aim to make the car rental processes of our customers as easy as possible by making in-city office investments ”. Evaluating the demand for car rental, Tangün said, “People try to stay away from public transportation with the effect of the pandemic. With the effect of this, interest in car rental is increasing. Just the same daily, not weekly zam"We can see an increase in demand in monthly rentals as well."

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