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July 17, 2021

One of the greatest challenges any business experiences in transforming from a profitable small business to a legacy enterprise is navigating the waters of succession. An effective succession plan requires more than just moving names around on an org chart or a legal charter. To invest in its future, a family enterprise must build the power of its brand.

Many family enterprises develop strong branding around their visionary founders. But what happens to this brand when the next generation assumes leadership? We explore how a family enterprise should build the power of its brand in conjunction with succession planning.

June 23, 2021

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from the presenters of a 3D printing technology fund, an aerial mobility fund, a luxury eco-resort and an indoor vertical farm enterprise at the 11th virtual Campden Wealth Funds and Direct Investments Event on 8 July.

Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from the presenters of a 3D printing technology fund, an aerial mobility fund, a luxury eco-resort and an indoor vertical farm enterprise at the 11th virtual Campden Wealth Funds and Direct Investments Event on 8 July.

Each of the four investment opportunities will be introduced in 15-minute slots to all family offices and investors who will be able to ask questions and discuss the potential returns.

July 4, 2016

Multi-billionaire Jack Taylor, who went from Navy fighter pilot during World War II to founder of the largest rental car company in the United States, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, has passed away after a short illness. He was 94.

Multi-billionaire Jack Taylor, who went from Navy fighter pilot during World War II to founder of the largest rental car company in the United States, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, has passed away after a short illness. He was 94.

The Missouri-born businessman got his break in 1957 after founding precursor business Executive Leasing from the basement of a Cadillac dealership in St Louis, where he worked as a salesman.

August 5, 2008

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has named Pamela M Nicholson as the family-owned company’s president.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has named Pamela M Nicholson, 48, as the family-owned company's president. It is a move that is widely seen as preparing Nicholson to succeed second-generation chairman and CEO Andrew C Taylor as head of North America's largest rental car company.
 
Nicholson (pictured) is the fourth person, and only second executive outside the Taylor family, to serve as the 51-year-old company's president. She follows in the footsteps of founder Jack C Taylor, his son, Andy, and Donald L Ross, whom she replaces.
 

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