Where is Motorola Corporate office Headquarters

Motorola Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 500 W Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60661, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 888-325-9336

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 50,000

  • Established: 1928

  • Founder: Paul Galvin, Joseph Galvin

  • Key People: Paul Galvin

Motorola Headquarters Location & Directions

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About Motorola, History and Headquarters Information


Motorola was founded in the year 1928. The company has been operational for almost 90 years now. The founders of the company were Joseph Galvin and Paul Galvin. The former name of the company was Galvin Manufacturing Corporation. The company started with a capital of almost $565 and had only five employees at that time. The company started manufacturing battery eliminators. After battery eliminators became obsolete, the company demonstrated a working prototype of the company’s radio, in the year 1930. The same year, the name of the company was changed to Motorola Incorporated. During WWII, the company also started manufacturing hand-held radios as well. In the year 1943, the company had become a limited public entity.

In the year 1947, the company first started to manufacture televisions. Then in the year 1955, the company launched its own research and development laboratory, located in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Beginning in the year 1958, the company began to provide most of the radio equipment for NASA space shuttle journeys, which also included the 1969 Moon Landing as well. In the year 1960, the company introduced the first portable television. The first 8-bit microprocessor developed by the company was introduced in the year 1974. Then in the year 1986, the company was the first to invent the Six Sigma process for improving quality. Later in the year 1998, the company was overtaken by Nokia as the most prominent mobile seller in the world. In 2002, the company was the first to introduce the world’s first wireless modem along with an ethernet switch. The company’s RAZR mobile phone series had sold over 130 million units, since its inception. Motorola Mobility was born in the year 2012, with the mobile handset division of the company being a part of Google. As of the year 2014, the company was taken over by Lenovo, for about $2.9 billion. The headquarters of the company is based in 1009 Think Place, Building One. The name of the place is Morrisville, while the name of the state is North Carolina, USA. The pin code of the area is 27560.


Motorola is an American company that is focused on designing and manufacturing various types of wireless products and services for the mobile and smartphone segment, along with digital communication, information and other entertainment applications as well. As of the year 2013, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $11.8 billion. Also, as o the year 2014, the number of employees working at the company, was more than 40,000.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to experience and purchase various kinds of telecommunications equipment, developed and designed by the company itself. The products of the company include smartphones, tablet computers,  networking systems, wireless broadband networks, two-way radios, RFID systems, etcetera.

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  • Patricia marty says:

    My name is Patricia Marty and I made a grave mistake and I just wanted to say that I am very sorry.
    I have had a Motorola phone(some kind or another) since I started using cellphones. I have always been happy with my phones and can not remember having any problems with my devices. I guess I didn’t realize what I had, I was unappreciated and learned my lesson.
    I recently came into a little cash and was needing a new phone because I took mine swimming at the river, not by choice you see. I am on my phone alot, not particularly on phone calls but online or playing games. I went to Best Buy and 4 different salesmen helped me over the course of finding a new phone. I took this decision very seriously and wasn’t rushing into it….even though I was phoneless at the time. I went straight to the Motorola unlocked section, but all 4 salesmen directed me away from Motorola, and guided me another way. I eventually started listening to them and purchased a $449 Samsung A13. I know that to some people that is not much for a phone. To me it was a very big step. I never paid more than $100 for any phone.
    I truly learned how good, comfortable, reliable, user friendly and durable Motorloa is. The salesmen were full of crap. I truly HATE the phone I bought. I tried to take it back but in my witlessiness I lost the reciept…..figures. I did not write you hoping for anything but to let you know that my next phone will be a Motorola, and am a customer for life. That goes for my entire family, the ones I have any influence over at least. I truly, truly miss you Motorola. And every day with this crappy Samsung phone I am reminded of that. Hope someone reads this and feels a little sorry for me, and when you reach this point, just shake your head look down and say my name. I appreciate anyone that reads this. I thought of it as therapy in getting over this, because of myself. Thank you very much. Your devoted solitary Motorola user.

    Patricia Marty
    12725 Newtown Rd.
    Redding, CA. 96003

  • Dennis Egel says:

    Motorola’s website for your smartphones is far and above the worst I have ever tried to navigate, literally spent a couple hours getting nowhere. Cut the shit and get with the bare bones of posting your phones, specs, comparables and price.

    Seriously call me and I’ll get phones sold for Motorola, immediately after firing the marketing department along with the web designers.

    Multibillion dollar company being it’s worst enemy.

    Got me a fliping headache instead of a phone

    P.S. I’m willing to fly to Chicago and have a sit down with some brass ( please no one from marketing or web design ) and you can watch the train wreck as I pull up your site and TRY TO SPEND SOME MONEY!

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