Europcar Group Australia
Looking for rental car franchise opportunities? Europcar's continually expanding network meets customer mobility needs with a network of more than 2650 locations throughout 118 countries covering Europe, Africa, Middle East, Indian Ocean, Central America, Mexico, Carribean and Asia-Pacific.
Franchise Profile — Europcar Group Australia
Europcar Australia has opportunities for individuals to join the Europcar Group as a Franchisee.
The Europcar brand is present in 120 countries, which equates to around 3,000 outlets, an average fleet of 200,000 vehicles and 8,000 employees. Europcar locations can be found in all major airports, railway stations, and large towns and cities.
As part of the Europcar network you will have access to an international customer base. This has been opened up either directly or through agreements with multinational companies and international/national public organisations.
You will also have access to high calibre partnerships in the hotel industry, along with tour operators, travel agents and Airline Alliances.
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