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January 29, 2020

Enterprise offered me the career progression I was looking for

My college experience When entering higher education, I was unsure as to what aspect of business I wanted to focus on. Through exposure to a variety […]
December 24, 2019

Graduate Management Trainee to CEO – Celebrating Pam Nicholson’s Enterprise Career

After a 38-year career at Enterprise, with the last six and a half spent as CEO, Pam Nicholson retired at the end of 2019. As the […]
December 5, 2019

Could an apprenticeship be the right choice for you? It was for me!

While studying for my A levels, I was struggling to make a decision, like many other people my age, on whether or not to go university. […]
December 5, 2019

Female support networks have made a difference to my career

I left a full-time job in the insurance industry to study English Language and Creative and Professional Writing at university.  I felt I had reached the […]
April 26, 2018

From Trainee to Area Manager in 4 years – the sky is the limit with Enterprise

Going from trainee to Area Manager in four years isn’t easy, but Enterprise provided me with the support structure that enabled me to thrive. It all boils down to the company’s attitude to progression: if you’re ready to embrace the opportunities given to you, Enterprise will help you succeed.
April 7, 2018
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Support, development and flexibility – my ten years with Enterprise

I’ve taken two years of maternity leave since joining Enterprise on the graduate programme. But it hasn’t slowed my career progression one bit. Find out how Enterprise gave me the opportunity to have a great career without sacrificing family.
February 27, 2018

Where a placement year could lead to is up to you

I knew that I wanted the chance to contribute to the business and be appreciated by those around me during my placement year. Eight months in and I am still being surprised by the opportunities that I am being given.
September 28, 2017

Louise’s career started long before she had even graduated

After her industrial placement Louise spent her final year of university working part time for Enterprise. She was pleased to return after graduating and she has been promoted several times since. Here she shares the secrets of her success.
July 27, 2017

The support I receive will help me achieve my career goals

I haven’t always been comfortable about who I am. But since starting my career that has all changed, and it’s because of how my manager and colleagues have supported me in my journey.
July 18, 2017

My journey as an Enterprise employee

While at Enterprise, I took advantage of the opportunities I created for myself: moving up the career ladder by working across departments, as well as move across the country. I couldn’t have done it without the support of my family. This is how I did it.
July 14, 2017

My successful transition from military career to civilian life

After 14 years in the military I found it tough to adapt to civilian life. Something was missing from my career, which I found at Enterprise thanks to the transferable skills I gained in the Army.
February 21, 2017

LGBT role models help deliver an inclusive workplace

While at Enterprise I realised that I was only able to perform at my very best if I had the freedom to be myself. My success is partly due to our inclusive workplace culture, so I’m proud to be able to call myself a role model for our LGBT community at Enterprise.
February 14, 2017
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Ami gained the soft skills she needed while at university

Amii found out that the soft skills she gained through her extra-curricular activities while at university would come in handy in her role at Enterprise. With two promotions already under her belt, she recommends all students make the most of their time at university.