Why Zipcar Got into the Fleet BizJosie Garthwaite
It's been around for a decade, but Zipcar, the country's largest car-sharing company, didn't start to hit its stride until about two years ago, when it began focusing on college campuses around the country in the hopes of keeping students on as subscribers once they graduate and move to the big city.
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