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NEWS20 October 2015

Ben Hogg leaves Research Now

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UK — Research Now’s managing director of Northern Europe, sales, Ben Hogg, has left the company after nine years.

Hogg (pictured) joined eRewards in 2006 as vice-president of Europe and the online panel provider subsequently bought Research Now in 2009.

He has held several positions at the company over the intervening years and in February was promoted to the md, Northern Europe, sales role as part of a number of promotions within its executive leadership team.

Christian Dubreuil, managing director, Northern Europe, said: “After nine years with Research Now, Ben Hogg leaves the company to pursue new challenges. Ben was instrumental in growing Research Now’s business in Europe and, while we regret to see him go, we wish him all the very best in his new ventures.

“During his tenure, Ben did an excellent job building a strong team beneath him, which is well positioned to continue Research Now’s tradition of excellent account management and project delivery for our clients. We will announce leadership succession plans of the Northern Europe client development team shortly.”

News of Hogg leaving comes just a week after the company announced its president and CEO Kurt Knapton was resigning for personal reasons, although the company said they are entirely unrelated events.

@RESEARCH LIVE

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