Ben Page (market researcher)

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Ben Page, FAcSS (born 9 January 1965) is a British market researcher who is chief executive officer of Ipsos MORI. He has worked there since 1987, having graduated from St. John's College, Oxford the previous year. A frequent writer and speaker on leadership and performance management, he has directed thousands of surveys examining service delivery, customer care and communications.[citation needed]


From 1987-1992 Page worked for private sector businesses on corporate reputation and consumer research, working for companies like Shell, BAE Systems, Sky TV and IBM. Since 1992 he has worked closely with both Conservative and Labour ministers and senior policy makers across government, leading on work for Downing Street, the Cabinet Office, the Home Office and the Department of Health, as well as a wide range of local authorities and NHS Trusts.

He has served on a wide range of independent commissions and reviews and is currently a member of the advisory boards of the Kings Fund, Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR), and the Social Market Foundation (SMF). He is a trustee of the Centre for Ageing Better and Centre for London.


Named one of the "100 most influential people in the public sector" by the Guardian newspaper, as well as other "most influential lists" (e.g. for Local Government Chronicle) he is a winner of a British Market Research Association (BMRA) award and a 2005 Market Research Society (MRS) medal.

In 2016, Page was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS).[1]


  1. ^ "Eighty-four leading social scientists conferred as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences". Academy of Social Sciences. 19 October 2016. Retrieved 5 August 2017.

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