TPG Role: Partner
Tims is a Partner in the Digital Commerce Practice at The Partnering Group.
Partner Capabilities and Expertise:
Tim Madigan is an executive business leader with a strong record of eCommerce leadership, market development, strategy creation, new product development and team leadership at three Fortune 100 Consumer Goods companies.
Prior to joining TPG, Tim was the Vice President of eBusiness at Tyson Foods, responsible for the establishment of the Retail and Foodservice eCommerce business units. Over 3 years, he led the development of the core eCommerce capabilities and built 1st party, Marketplace (3P), and DTC selling channels for Tyson.
Previous to this, Tim was the Global eCommerce Director at SC Johnson. He was responsible for establishing the eCommerce strategy and business unit at SCJ – first in the US, and then globally. He also led the development of the DTC capability at SC Johnson on the Mrs. Meyers and Caldrea brands.
Tim started his career with Procter & Gamble. Throughout his 17 years at P&G, his experience included key customer account management – including Walmart and Sam’s Club, headquarter market strategy and planning, brand management, and eCommerce. In 2009, he established the P&G eCommerce relationship with Walmart, earning three Supplier of the Year awards from Walmart while leading that business.
Tim is a regular guest on podcasts and speaker at eCommerce events like ShopTalk, GroceryShop, Digital Food & Beverage Conference, and other thought-leader summits. He has also served on the Advisory Boards for eCommerce services companies BazaarVoice and Canopy.
Area(s) of Expertise:
- Establishing eCommerce Business Units: Strategy, Capabilities and Resourcing
- Amazon & Omnichannel Retailer Strategy (1st Party Selling Direct)
- Online Marketplaces (3rd Party) and Direct to Consumer (D2C) Strategy
- Digital Shelf Capability Development: Content, R&Rs, Share of Search
Bachelor of Science in Commerce from The University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Business, and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business