Where Is Hewlett Packard Corporate Office Headquarters

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Address and Contact

Hewlett Packard logo
  • Address: 1501 Page Mill Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 650-857-1501
  • Email: investorrelations@hp.com
  • Number of Employees: 66000
  • Established: January 1, 1939
  • Founder: Bill Hewlett & David Packard
  • Key People: Enrique Lores, Steve Fieler

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Location & Directions

How to Contact Hewlett Packard Corporate Office

One might want to visit the headquarters of Hewlett Packard for various reasons, including an internal meeting, a higher official or a government audit, a postman delivering a mail, a new employee finding his way to the headquarters for the first time, a potential investor looking for a business proposal, customers and enthusiasts wanting to take a look at the insides of the headquarters. You can reach out to the headquarters in one of the various following ways.

Hewlett Packard Headquarters address

If you want to send a physical mail to reach out to the headquarters, you can do so by sending your physical mail to the following address

1502 Page Mill Rd

Palo Alto

CA 94304

United States

Hewlett Packard Board of directors address

If you want to fix an appointment or send a package to one of the board of directors of Hewlett Packard, you can do so by sending them to the following address

Board of director name

1502 Page Mill Rd

Palo Alto

CA 94304

United States

Phone Number

If you want to have a dialogue with the headquarters team, you can reach out to them through the number +1 650-857-1501. You can call during working hours on weekdays.

Email Id

If you want to reach out to the headquarters team digitally, you can do so by sending a mail to the following email address. You can mail to mailto:investorrelationships@hp.com. Unlike the phone number, the mail is active 24/7

Website

You can get more information on the products, services, and events of Hewlett Packard by visiting their website and following them on their various social media handles. You can visit the website here. You can catch up on the latest happenings at HP by following them on their social media.

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Info & Photos

Hewlett Packard was founded in a car garage in California. It was headquartered in the garage during its initial run. It became public in 1957 and changed its headquarters to the current location at Palo Alto.

It was founded by David Packard and Bill Hewlett in 1938. They started working on projects together in the garage. HP made a successful run throughout its establishment and time. It soon became a multi-product and multinational company with time.

HP’s products and software are respected and valued all over the globe. Today Hewlett Packard has 66000 employees all across the globe. HP is one of the leading laptops and personal computers manufacturers in the world.

HP’s headquarters at Palo Alto has a stunning look with a beautiful garden surrounding the headquarters. HP is one of the many companies that provides its employees with state-of-the-art facilities at work.

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Photo
Hewlett Packard Corporate Office Photo

Hewlett Packard Headquarters List

S. No.

Country

Address

1

United States

HP Inc. 1501 Page Mill Road Palo Alto, CA 94304 United States

2

United Arab Emirates

Dubai Internet City Building 14, 3rd floor (DIC04) Dubai, United Arab Emirates

3

Australia

HP PPS Australia Pty Ltd Building F, Level 5 Level 5, 1 Homebush Bay Drive Rhodes Corporate Park 1 Homebush Bay Drive Rhodes NSW 2138

4

South Africa

HQ, ZA HP Inc. 12 Autumn Street, Pt. 1st Floor 2128 Sandton South Africa

5

Ireland

HP Technology Ireland Limited Liffey Valley Office Campus 1st floor, Block B Quarryvale, Co. Dublin D22 X0Y3 Ireland

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Executive Team

Enrique Lores

President &
Chief Executive Officer

Lores is a citizen of Spain. He got a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and an MBA in the later stages. He joined HP in 1989 as an Intern. He rose the ranks and succeeded Dion Weisler as the CEO of Hewlett Packard Inc in 2019. He has been the president of the printers and solutions business since 2015.

Steve Fieler

Chief Financial Officer

Steve has got his MBA from Harvard Business school. He joined HP in 2004 as a strategist. He rose the ranks and became the CFO of HP software before leaving the company for another company. He came back to HP in 2017 as the treasurer and once again became the CFO in 2018 before leaving it again in 2020.

Alex Cho

President, Personal Systems

Alex is a graduate of Stanford. He joined HP as the Vice president of LaserJet Printers in 2006. He took on the responsibility of General Manager for the same. In 2014 he assumed the same roles as HP commercial PC’s. He became the president of Personal systems in 2018.

Name

Title

Tuan Tran

President of Imaging, Printing & Solutions

Ramon Pastor

Interim President, 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing

Christoph Schell

Chief Commercial Officer

Stuart Pann

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Tracy Keogh

Chief Human Resources Officer

Shane Wall

Chief Technology Officer

Karen Kahn

Chief Communications Officer

Richard Bailey

Chief Transformation Officer

Kim M. Rivera

President, Strategy and Business Management and Chief Legal Officer

Vikrant Batra

Chief Marketing Officer

About Hewlett Packard

History

Hewlett Packard was founded in 1938 in a car garage. The garage is a landmark today being called the Birthplace of silicon valley. Their first project was software for Walt Disney. HP has changed its logo four times since its incorporation.

The name Hewlett Packard was decided after a toss, with Packard Hewlett losing the toss. HP took on many projects over the years. HP200A is its first famous audio oscillator that became famous instantly. HP went public in 1957.

HP marketed its products directly to its customers. It focused on small and medium scale industries to make software and products for them on a project basis. HP became a multinational company soon after going public. It became one of the technology giants in the world.

It spun off various of its services to focus better on each product and give the users the best possible product. Today HP Inc is one of the largest technological conglomerates.

Services

Hewlett Packard products and services include laptops, Printers, and business solutions as its major services with various products in each service. HP has a distinguished honor in each of its services.

PC’s include gaming, personal use, business-oriented, and work-oriented. While the printers and scanners include home, office printers, Business printers, and Ink tank systems. Its services include 3D manufacturing, small and medium business support, PC security, and many more

Facts

    • They first produced audio oscillators for various firms on order.
    • They created the world’s first desktop calculator. It was HP that created the first desktop calculator that served as the base for modern-day computers
    • Their 3D printers are made of 3D-printed components and parts.
    • HP is the global leader in all kinds of printer productions.
    • HP is the global leader in desktop PC’s and notebooks.
    • HP is the global leader in many of its products and services.
    • HP is ranked 10th in the environmental and social impact ratings globally and 1st in the US region.
    • HP was the world’s fastest PC manufacturer from 2007 to 2013 before Lenovo took over HP.
    • HP stands as the largest IT company in the world in terms of revenue.
    • It has the world’s 56th largest GDP, just behind the country of Peru.
    • HP is one of the first companies established in Silicon Valley.
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  • Mahesh Purushotham says:

    Dear HP ,

    CASE:5083226029 CRM:0004841014585

    This is a very worst support from HP. I have been reporting a New Laptop Batery issue for more than 3 Weeks. This issue was just 3 Days from the date of Purchase. I expected support from HP but to postpone the support you guys are giving us work to do many steps. The R & D must be done from your end. Are you really intrested to support us. Or I think you don’t want anybody to buy HP products.  The product must be user friendly. But your product is very very critical to Use . I will never Recommend HP products to any of my Friends or relatives .
    When is this going to END. I want the total Product to be replaced. You can do the R&D in your HP Clinic. I can not do this spoiling my Work.

    Mahesh7401470350

     
  • Deborah Mitchell says:

    I have purchased HP products for many years and this last printer has been the first item that I really regret. I have a 9020 series printer that from the time of purchase has been a nightmare. Every time I use it I have to wait an hour for customer support and spend an additional two hours trouble shooting it. It can never connect to the router and will only work with technical support assistance. It is a piece of crap! I should receive a refund plus compensation. After reading the other complaints, I assume mine will just be added to the rest.

     
  • B myones says:

    I guess I am in the same boat. Monitor ordered 11/29/2021. After two delays suppose to ship 12/27 still nothing. Three times waited for customer service over an hour and all they do is repeat what’s on computer screen. Called corporate office and get transferred to same customer service line that I waited on for hours. Still no idea where monitor it.
    B Myones 12/29/2021

     
    • K77777 says:

      Hi B Myones,

      I wish to inform you to try using Apple devices. Initially every gadget and any make will be finding a little different to use. but trust me, if you use Mac and other Apple device once. You will never turn back to something else. Its safe and secured operating system and it comes with a better price Thant the rest in the market.

       
  • D Lawson says:

    Worst company to do business with. Ordered a laptop on Black Friday and still not received my laptop. I needed it quickly and was given a 2-3 week order time and a 2-3 day express shipping. My laptop has been delayed multiple times. Also the biggest issue is the unprofessional and dishonest staff that work for HP. The care pack that I ordered with my laptop was not included after I made my payment. HP removed the care pack and now will not honor what I paid for. Don’t think that this is legal, and false advertising. Been trying to get this resolved for over a month and still no success, every person I speak with tells me a different excuse or lie. Dell and Asus lets talk….

     
  • S. Lynn Myers says:

    It is fairly appalling when ALL comments to a corporation are negative. What is worse is that there is not one response from the corporation even eluding to their understanding and that they might look into the situation. It may be time, that as consumers, we should try to hurt this corporation where it will hurt the most. That being their pocket!!!!!

     
    • Spreading the word says:

      Exactly what I am thinking as I read through these comments, also waiting on hold for the 3rd day with one of the “escalations managers” have been told straight lies from the support, and when confronted the lies I was hung up on, transferred without warning, and have gotten nowhere. I am here this morning looking for contact info to someone in the company that may actually care about their customers…and I find nothing…I am not stopping here. Many of us have been working from home and may rely on these products in order to earn our paychecks…and HP has made this close to impossible for me, never again will I purchase another product, nor will anyone I am in close contact with.

       
  • Robert Tulloch says:

    I have always bought HP products. The printer I have (about the third one) 6970 is a piece of shit. Now the paper try won’t go in after it stopped printing half way through a page. Try won’t go back in after pulling out to check paper.

    Followed direction on numerous posts. Unplug HP connector. Unplug power cord (???).
    Wait 60 seconds. Replug power cord. Replug printer. Same shit. What are these some chinese crap?

    Won’t buy Jap printer. Pearl Harbor/Phillipine Prison Camps/Rape of Nanking/Executions in Indonesia.

    I am sick of HP crap. Computers work fine (3 of them). She here I am trying to print out my medical records and bam!

    I can order another from Office Depot for delivery tomorrow. But I should not have to.

    6900 pages printed. 2019. Can’t attach status screen shot. Suck.

     
  • john lutz says:

    can’t seem to get care pack warranty end date straightened out with tech support for over 2 weeks
    many case numbers, one of which is 5040522487. told me it would only be 72 hours but still not correct when I look up on hp web site

     
  • colleen murphy says:

    when san I expect a response? I have been trying to get a tech for the past 2 hours. all are busy for the past 2 hours, this is so upsetting I have had this problem, as mentioned, for four days,

     
  • colleen murphy says:

    have been having problems with aa-in-one- computer, this has been going on for 4 days and problem not fixed, have talked to MANY techs. Very unhappy – at one time I asked to speak tp a supervisor, was put on hold for 5 min no response. would appreciate a response to this problem, my cas#5041254187

     
  • Mary Stradford says:

    I find it appalling you hide behind the phone. I want to return your poor product. I need a full refund in the us of America. If you do not contact me I will ship it back to your office. It never was right and your Philippine friends would jack me around until i cant return it locally.

     
  • Elizabeth Gardner says:

    Three times I have written to you about this rubbish called a computer. Two of the same kind in not quite three years the first one a 23 inch all in one went to god after 6 months and when you could not fix it you replaced it. This one is just over a year old a 24 inch all in one and it has been giving me hell since I had it from three months old to now. I cannot get it fixed and you will not answer any of my questions nor will you do anything about it. I have only ever had Hewlett Packards and I tell you now I will never have another one Thousands of dollars down the drain for rubbish. Everything is gone off this, most of my apps my extras that I paid for other browsers except google my camera my personal papers and letters even the integrated apps that came with it EVERYTHING and I cannot get any of it back . You do not even do me the courtesy of an answer. I have been trying to contact you since I bought or got this replacement last year. It is worse that the previous one I had. This is disgraceful but typical American garbage nothing you lot make ever lasts. Never again. I would like a reply thankyou it is the least you can do.

     
  • James Bryant says:

    TO: Mr. Antonio Rabio Neri, CEO, President & Director,
    Mr. Daniel D. Havens, Chief growth Officer, and
    Hewlett-Packard Public/Customer Relations Officer:

    I purchased a HP OfficeJet 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer at the Staples store located at 44620 Valley Central Way, Lancaster, CA 93534 on Friday, June 7, 2019 that was delivered to my home on Monday morning, June 10, 2019. After successfully placing the unit where it was needed, and setting it up for wireless communication with my iMac destop computer with macOS Mojave version 10.14.5., I followed the minimum HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 directions for setting up the FAX feature, which included connecting my telephone line to the ‘Line-1’ outlet (not the 2-EXT). The result was my landline telephone displaying the message “Line in use”. All of the phone extensions showed the same readout. I went to the 123.hp.com/ojp7740 hoping to find more definitive support for setting up the FAX feature. At that site, there is a link to check the Product Warranty. To my surprise the warranty ‘start date’ showed January 18, 2018 and the ‘end date’ showed February 16, 2019. My question is, How can Hewlett-Packart Corporation put a beginning and end date on a Product Warranty, when the product had not been purchased? As far as I can remember, the manufacturer’s Product Warranty would begin as of the date the product (in this case the HP 7740) was purchased. I printed out the Products Warranty Results page and took it to show the manager of the above-mentioned Staples store. She, too, was surprised. I ended up purchasing the Staples Protection & Tech Help (Plan) plan for $49.99 to cover the HP 7740 for a four-year period. I tried using the Plan the evening of June 10th, making another attempt at setting up the FAX feature. The ‘Chat’ Plan Support Tech referred me to the 123.hp.com link. After approximately 30 minutes of trying to work with the Support Tech at the 123.hp.com link (Scott Lawrence), who was not in the United States, I was told that for $99.99, I would be connected to Support Tech at a higher level. I chose to decline that offer. I have used HP products – both desktop computers and printers over the years, and I currently own an HP laptop that I purchased about two year ago, and have for the most part considered Hewlett-Packard an exceptional company geared to the consumer of its products. The situation I am currently experiencing it certainly not endearing me to want to purchase Hewlett-Packard products in the future. I would attach ‘proof’ documentation, if there was a way to attach them to this message.

     
    • S. Lynn Myers says:

      James I feel for you!
      I too have used HP products for may years (nearly 30 years to be exact). Recently I purchased my second PC and third all-in-one printer. I have have found the quality bordering on deplorable. In addition their Customer Service is non-existent. But what really hurts is, that I now use twice as much ink for the same amount of printed material previously consumed in a day. This has actually increased my costs by 3 times. I am not sure how this can be corrected. If the consumer tries to call and get answers we are sent somewhere outside of the U.S. To someone who really doesn’t care whether or not they can help us. Unfortunately I, for one, can not afford to replace the PC and printer I purchased a few short months ago, for the staggering price of $1500+. But as a writer, I do plan to use every agency at my disposable to air the inefficiencies of HP the corporation and their Customer Service. I will further encourage all future customers to buy different products.

       
  • Charles Proctor says:

    Waited two hours on phone for customer service. Finally gave up. Will return printed I purchased tomorrow

     
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