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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News and Announcements July-December 2007 arrow Ben Dixon Appointed as Managing Director of Millward Brown Australia
Ben Dixon Appointed as Managing Director of Millward Brown Australia PDF Print E-mail
Written by Millward Brown   
31 Jul 2007

Sydney, 1st August 2007. Global market research leader Millward Brown today announces the appointment of Ben Dixon as Managing Director of its Australian business, effective 3rd September.

A seasoned researcher with a broad range of skills, Dixon is currently Executive Director of the FMCG business at The Nielsen Company. This includes customised solutions, Homescan and the Retail Scan business. Prior to that, he was Executive Director of Nielsen’s Customised business in Australia. During his nine years with the company, he also set up, in 2001, ACNielsen Online, an early entrant to the online research business in Australia and one that led the market in several areas. Before joining Nielsen, Dixon worked for MRA as General Manager of the business.

Commenting on the appointment, Travyn Rhall CEO of Millward Brown Africa Asia Pacific said: “Ben’s background in market research and in-depth knowledge of the Australian market will help us further develop business solutions for our Australian clients. His broad skills and experience will be used to help grow our Australia business and we are delighted to have him join Millward Brown Africa Asia Pacific.”

Talking about the role, Dixon stated: “I am particularly excited about the opportunity at Millward Brown. The company has a very strong heritage and reputation, as well as a suite of research services that are truly focussed on providing actionable insights for clients. I look forward to working with the team through the next stages of growth.”

Millward Brown has offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Last Updated ( 20 Aug 2007 )
 
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