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GoDaddy has fourteen facilities, located in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia (India).[1] The company is based in Arizona and has offices in Sunnyvale (San Francisco Bay Area, California); Hiawatha, Iowa; Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Washington.[1][2]

United States

GoDaddy is based in Scottsdale, Arizona and has offices in nearby Tempe and in California, Iowa, Massachusetts and Washington. Previously, GoDaddy had office space in Denver, Colorado (opened in 2007),[3] until its closure in May 2014.[4][5]

In February 2013, GoDaddy opened offices in Sunnyvalle, California (San Francisco Bay Area).[6][7] In April, the company opened an office in Seattle to accommodate 60 employees.[7]

In May 2013, GoDaddy broke ground to replace existing facility in Tempe.[7] Construction on a new, two-story 150,000-square foot center was expected to be completed in mid-2014. The project had a $27 million budget and brought 300 new permanent jobs to the region.[8] Also in 2013, the company opened offices in Kirkland, Washington.[2][9]


In 2008, GoDaddy opened offices in Toronto, marking their first outside the United States.[10]


GoDaddy has offices in The Netherlands.[7]


GoDaddy has offices located in India and Singapore.[7] In June 2012, the company hired local "customer care agents" in Hyderabad.[11]


  1. 1.0 1.1 About Us, GoDaddy
  2. 2.0 2.1 GoDaddy opens new Kirkland office at Carillon Point, hiring more technologists (November 21, 2013), Kirkland Reporter
  3. Go Daddy Opens Denver Office (September 10, 2007),
  4. GoDaddy closing Denver office, laying off 69 workers by Rachel Leingang (March 25, 2014), ABC15 Arizona
  5. GoDaddy to exit Denver market with closure of 69-employee office by Andy Young (March 26, 2014), '"The Denver Post
  6. Go Daddy to open its first Silicon Valley office in Sunnyvale by George Avalos (February 8, 2013), San Jose Mercury News
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 GoDaddy Plans Sunnyvale Office to Accomodate New Hires by Mark Feffer (July 18, 2013),
  8. Scottsdale-based GoDaddy to build new Tempe facility by Ronald J. Hansen (May 7, 2013), The Republic
  9. Go Daddy chooses Kirkland over Bellevue for new location by Raechel Dawson (June 2013), Kirkland Reporter
  10. sets up shop in Toronto by Rob Lewis (July 18, 2008), TechVibes
  11. Go Daddy opens India office, to hire 40 people in 2012 (August 9, 2012), The Economic Times