Corporate Headquarters & Regional Offices

Corporate headquarters and regional offices across-the-board are experiencing their own growth while contributing to the daily operations and overall expansion of other major industries in the region and throughout the world. Industry leaders like American Automobile Association (AAA), Darden Restaurants, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Electronic Arts, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Tupperware Brands Corporation, Verizon Communications and the Walt Disney Company are either headquartered here or have a significant presence in the region.
 
Orlando is also home to the major U.S. operations of international companies like Germany’s Siemens Energy, Japan’s Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Israel’s Mazor Robotics, and Australia’s Adacel to name a few. In total, more than 150 international companies, representing about 20 countries, have facilities in Orlando.

FOCUS AREAS

  • Global Headquarters
  • Division Headquarters
  • Regional Headquarters
  • Back Office
  • Shared Services
  • Other Industry Sectors

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