August 1, 2014

Corporate Headquarters

The ADT Corporation

| 9/27/2013
Corporate Headquarters

ADT, the world’s largest electronic security provider (interactive home and business automation and alarm monitoring services), will invest
$6.4 million and bring 120 new jobs over two years to its corporate headquarters in Boca Raton. The company employs more than 16,000 people at 200 locations throughout
the U.S. and Canada.

“The state of Florida, Enterprise Florida, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and the city of Boca Raton played pivotal roles in helping us to expand our footprint in South Florida. We look forward to partnering with state and local leaders to help us hire passionate and skilled employees who share ADT’s commitment to helping save lives.”

— Naren Gursahaney
CEO
The ADT Corporation

Florida Offers a Friendly Climate for Corporate Headquarters

  • 15 Fortune 500 companies maintain corporate headquarters in Florida; a 16th to come when Hertz relocates from New Jersey in 2015
  • 8 Florida companies listed among the Deloitte Technology Fast 500
  • 5 of Forbes America’s largest private companies have corporate headquarters in Florida
  • No. 4 in number of Inc. 5000 fastest growing private companies

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