Gap

Description

In 1969, Don and Doris Fisher opened the first Gap store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. They wanted to make it easier to find a great pair of jeans, and they did. Their denim and records store was a hit, and it grew to become one of the world’s most iconic brands. Today we’re represented in more than 1400 stores in over 40 countries, and online. We have headquarters in New York, London, Shanghai, Tokyo, and, of course, San Francisco. Our unique aesthetic is optimistic cool, elevated American style. Our clothes are crafted with care, with focused attention to thoughtful design. We believe in staying true to our heritage while creating what’s next. Don and Doris Fisher always wanted to “do more than sell clothes.” They wanted to support the people who ran their company, to be active in their communities, and to have a positive impact on the world. Their vision helped transform retail, and we’re still following their lead. We stand for freedom and possibility for all; we champion diverse ideas that transcend generations, geographies and genders. So if you have ideas, if you’re talented, if you want to work with phenomenal people, and if you think we should leave the world a little better than we found it, we’d love to meet you.

Headquarters:
United States

Retail

Speciaties:

Apparel/ Fashion

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Nick Ennis
Senior Merchandise Planning Manager at Gap Inc./Gap
Stephanie Reilley
District Sales Manager at Gap Inc/Gap
Joanne Rafferty
Senior HR Manager at Gap Inc/Gap
Ashley Sanberg
Director Gap Canada Online at Gap Inc/Gap
Karen McGowan
Director of Human Resources at Gap Inc/Gap
Pam Rice
Interim General Manager at Gap Inc/Gap
Christopher Harlan
Vice President Global Mens Merchandising at Gap Inc/Gap
Milena Chinen
Compradora júnior at Gap Inc./ Gap
Vic Tilson
Director European Store Design at Gap Inc

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