Mark Price (businessman)
|Born||2 March 1961
He started his career at the John Lewis Partnership as a graduate trainee in 1982, before progressing to become John Lewis store manager in High Wycombe and Cheadle. In 2005, he joined the John Lewis Partnership Board taking on responsibility for strategy as Development Director. In April 2007, the then Managing Director Steven Esom left the Partnership and Price was appointed as his replacement. At the time Waitrose had 183 stores, and within six years this number had increased to 300.
Price has served as Chairman of Business in the Community since 2011 and The Prince's Countryside Fund since 2010. He sits on the Board of Directors of Channel 4 and the Consumer Goods Forum. He was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in the 2014 New Year Honours for his work with Business in the Community and The Prince's Countryside Fund.
- Elizabeth Rigby, 'Lunch with the FT: Mark Price', in The Financial Times, June 19, 2010 
- Chris Blackhurst, 'The jolly grocer who’s made Waitrose the chain to watch', in Evening Standard, December 15, 2010 
- John Lewis Partnership biography
- Channel 4 Board
- David Teather, 'To be honest, I'm all about a love of food. The fact is I am chubby', in The Guardian, 5 October 2007 
- Rupert Uloth, 'Interview: Waitrose MD Mark Price', in Country Life, 24 January 2008 
- The Prince's Countryside Fund trustees
- "Waitrose chief Mark Price named deputy chairman of John Lewis". The Telegraph. Retrieved 2014-11-04.
- The London Gazette: . 31 December 2013.
|Managing Director of Waitrose
|Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership