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“At Enterprise Holdings, we value partnerships with diverse businesses and are committed to supplier representation that fully reflects the communities we serve. These relationships not only enhance our renowned level of customer service, but also our leadership role in mobility and corporate responsibility.”

Chrissy Taylor, President and Chief Executive Officer – Enterprise Holdings

The Enterprise Holdings Supplier Diversity Policy is intended to help facilitate an increase in the number of minority-owned, women-owned, and other socially or economically disadvantaged small businesses that work to supply goods and services for our company. It does so by providing assistance and a host of tools to help those with buying responsibility to identify, select, and do business with suppliers who can meet our requirements with regard to quality, timing, capacity and pricing.


Our mission is to partner with suppliers who resemble the communities in which we do business. As a result, the Enterprise Holdings Supplier Diversity Policy is designed to grow and develop partnerships with businesses who are Minority-Owned; Minority Business Enterprise (MBE certified); Woman-Owned; Women Business Enterprise (WBE certified); Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB); Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB); Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE certified); Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB certified); ACDBE certified; 8(a) certified; LGBT enterprises; Disability-Owned Business Enterprise (DOBE) and HUBZone certified.

Read the Canadian French overview of the Supplier Diversity Policy here

Strategic Objectives

  • Increase performance
    To improve the levels at which we currently partner with diverse suppliers through objective measurements (including tracking and reporting; training, education and communication; and awards and recognition).
  • World-class policy
    To employ a long-term policy that is consistent with our Founding Values and our industry leadership (including a second-tier program and external outreach programs with advocacy organizations such as NMSDC, WBENC, AMAC, CVOB and NGLCC).
  • Global leadership
    To effectively and appropriately adapt to various cultures and different business partners as our transportation network continues to grow worldwide (including participating with international advocacy organizations such as WEConnect International, MSDUK, CAMSC and others).

How to Apply

Successful applicants should meet most of the requirements listed below before inquiring at

  • Value – Suppliers should focus on quality, responsiveness, timely delivery of goods and services, and pricing as part of the strategic sourcing review.
  • Capacity – Suppliers must have the capacity and distribution capabilities to meet requirements over geographic areas.
  • E-Business Capable – Suppliers should have the capability to conduct business using web-based equipment.
  • Stability – Suppliers should have the capability to meet long-term obligations, if required.
  • Diversity – Suppliers should be capable of demonstrating support for diversity.
  • Policy/Procedures – Suppliers should have policies and standards in place that support a business environment.

What Suppliers Can Expect

  • Information about our purchasing process and all specific project requirements.
  • Fair and equitable treatment so that you and your company may fully participate in the purchasing and contracting process.
  • Prompt feedback regarding performance and other business issues.