News: Target India appoints Tammy Redpath as President


Target India appoints Tammy Redpath as President

27-year Target veteran will be responsible for day-to-day operations of Target's office in Bengaluru.
Target India appoints Tammy Redpath as President

Target Corp has appointed Tammy Redpath as President of Target India. In this role, she will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Target’s office in Bengaluru. Target India is an extension of Target’s headquarters with about 2,600 team members in fields including technology, marketing, human resources, finance and data analytics. 

Target India has brought great value to Target, and I see immense potential for the talent here to make an even bigger impact. I look forward to working with this world-class team to grow Target’s business by creating new ways to delight and inspire our guests,” said Redpath.

Redpath is a 27-year Target veteran who started in stores and has held various positions at headquarters in merchandising and marketing. She was most recently senior vice president of creative and marketing operations, and oversaw marketing efforts across Target India. Redpath was a key leader on work done by Bengaluru and Minneapolis teams to leverage Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI) technology to create new content and experiences for

Redpath began her new role on September 19, 2017, and will be based in Bengaluru.

Target India operates as a fully-integrated part of our global team. Target India has more than 2,600 team members engaged in work that supports the company’s global strategy across business areas such as technology, marketing, human resources, finance, merchandising, supply chain, property development, analytics and reporting.  Target cares about and invests in the career development of more than 320,000 team members worldwide and the communities where they live and work. Target’s International Giving Program focuses on creating accessible, quality educational opportunities for children and youth in many of the countries where Target has offices, including India. 

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Topics: Leadership, Appointments

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