How do I contact Disney corporate office?

Corporate Human Resources

For employee questions regarding retirement, pensions or W-2s, please email us here or call 321-939-7000.

Simply so, how do I contact Disneyland Guest Services?

Help Center

Please call Guest Services at (714) 781-4565. Guests under age 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call.

Secondly, how do I contact the CEO of Disney? Executive Contact Information

  1. Bob Chapek. Chairman, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. [email protected].
  2. Robert Iger. [email protected].
  3. Phil Holmes. Vice President of Hollywood Studios, Former Vice President of Magic Kingdom. [email protected].

Likewise, people ask, how do I file a complaint with Disney?

Get in Touch With the Disney World Complaint Department

You can email the company using the online form on Disney World’s website, or you can use the Disney World phone number (407) 939-7277 for annual passholders and 800-2006-0809 for regular customers. For ticket issues, call (407) 828-3600.

How do I send an email to Disney?

To send e-mail to, please type your e-mail address in the “From” box, type your message in the “Message” box, and click “Send.” To send a message to another area of, please click here. From: Please make sure to give us your correct e-mail address.

How many headquarters Does Disney have?

The Walt Disney Company is headquartered in Burbank, CA and has 18 offices located throughout the US.

Is Walt Disney Company a corporation?

The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media.

Where is the Disney CEO office?

About Walt Disney, History and Headquarters Information

Disney. It is headquartered at the Walt Disney Studios complex in Burbank, California.

Who’s the boss of Disney?

Mr. Chapek assumed the role of CEO on February 25, 2020. Mr. Chapek’s nearly three decades at Disney have been marked by growth and transformation.

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