Target River Introduces New Business Development Talent To Propel High Expectations

San Diego-based, target marketing and advertising agency, Target River, is delighted to expand its Business Development function and overall management team to meet expected growth in 2019 and 2020.

Target River is proud to welcome Chris Rahe as of May 2019 to their team as Manager, Business Development. He will oversee the strategic growth of all Target River customer channels, cultivate specific strategic accounts, and oversee creative content and overall program management for key accounts. He’ll specifically focus on TargetCall, TargetContact, and TargetReach as immediate growth opportunities and high value propositions for new clients.

Rahe is a graduate of Pepperdine University and has a diverse background of finance, legal support, market access, pricing, and sales. His career started with Nestle in Switzerland with a heavy focus on quality and operational improvement. He’s also held management positions in Switzerland and Singapore for Roche (Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices). In his last role with Roche, he was responsible for implementing new pricing policies across the Asia-Pacific region to improve access for older oncology medicines and maintain long-term brand profitability. Target River expects his experience to increase productivity, improve customer-centric business models, and uncover new growth beyond already stellar 2019 forecasts.

About Us: Target River is a full service target marketing firm who supports clients in all industries. We exist to delight our clients with campaigns that effectively target the right audience, reach that audience through the most cost efficient tactics, and deliver the most relevant message. Target River is a Google Premier and Facebook Marketing Partner. Further, we are well versed in all forms of advertising, providing an unbiased approach to the selection of media tactics. We service clients from single site small businesses to national corporations. Call 858.886.6763 or visit