May 22-25, 2023 | Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas | Dallas, TX | Hall C
Dain Giesie is Assistant Vice President of Business Development for Enterprise Fleet Management, a fullservice vehicle management business and affiliate of Enterprise Holdings Inc. In this role, Giesie oversees government marketing and partner relationships, as well as Enterprise Fleet Management’s client advisory board, strategic initiatives and overall marketing efforts.
Owned by the Taylor family of St. Louis, Enterprise Fleet Management operates a network of more than 50 fully staffed offices, which manages a fleet of more than 649,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada. The business provides full-service management for companies, government agencies, and organizations operating medium-sized fleets of 20 or more vehicles, as well as those seeking an alternative to employee reimbursement programs. Enterprise Fleet Management supplies most makes and models of cars, lightand medium-duty trucks, and service vehicles across North America.
Giesie started his Enterprise career in Texas as a Management Trainee in 2001, shortly after graduating from Sam Houston State University. After a year in rental, Giesie was promoted to Account Executive on the Fleet Management team in Houston. Nine years later, he was promoted to Director of Fleet Management in Pittsburg. In 2013, Giesie moved to the company’s corporate headquarters in St. Louis to oversee Enterprise Fleet Management’s government business. He earned a promotion to his current role in 2017.
Giesie is affiliated with the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis.
Every fleet has been affected by supply chain disruptions, some more severely than others. Join us for this panel discussing the vehicles affected, how delivery delays change vehicle planning, extending life cycles and planning for future replacement years, the impact on fleet operations, remarketing values, and more. In addition, panelists will discuss the opportunities created by current conditions. More Info