Stuart Radnofsky, MD
After taking his masters degree in international marketing Project 100’s MD, Texas-born Stuart Radnofsky worked at executive level in international brand marketing, promotions and general management with major global manufacturers Schering-Plough (Maybelline, Coppertone, Dr Scholl’s), Atari Computer hardware and software and Polaroid cameras and sunglasses.
He left Polaroid (as European Manager, Sunglass Operations) to become Marketing Director at Benetton Formula One Racing Team in the late 80’s before founding Project 100 Communications in 1990.
Kate Dalton, Operations Manager
After taking her degree in Leisure Management, Kate Dalton pursued a career in the Sports Marketing World at IMG where she was Assistant PA to Mark H McCormack. She then moved into the Golf Events Team as Golf Client Co-ordinator where she was responsible for various Professional and Challenge Tour golfers.
Prior to IMG she did some contract work for The Football Association working in the Youth Teams division.
At Project 100 Kate's many responsibilities include management of our catalogue of properties in France, selling and keeping our operation running smoothly.
John H. Bee, Chairman
A career marketing man, John Harwood-Bee directed marketing operations for several top UK advertising agencies. Leaving Freeman Advertising in 1976 as MD, he formed the company which has become the Figment Group Limited.
Chairman of Project 100 Communications Ltd, and a director of five companies, all of which operate in marketing, advertising and promotion, John Bee’s client list has included many household names, including Rothmans, BP, Shell, EMI, Warner Brothers,Eidos, Atari, Infogrames and Glaxo.
Christopher Lembke, Operations Director
Christopher left his native Sweden in 1994 to pursue a degree at London Guildhall University. During his four years in London Christopher became deeply involved in the field of sports marketing, working as a consultant with Project 100 as well as developing his own projects. In 1998 he moved to New York to join his American wife.
In the USA Christopher went on to join the global commercial news and communications services provider PR Newswire, initially as Account Executive, then as Sales Manager, before finally becoming their New York bureau’s Strategic Accounts Manager.
After six successful years in the United States, Christopher returned to Europe in 2004. Since then he has successfully developed commercial projects and companies in a variety of sectors and countries. In 2012 Christopher returned to the UK and founded ‘Recruitment In Motorsport’, while also consulting with Project 100. In 2015 Recruitment In Motorsport and Project 100 have formalised a partnership agreement where Christopher works closely with Project 100 in a strategic capacity.
Samantha Collins, Account Manager
Having watched her father (Peter Collins) in Formula One and then joining him at karting races and later F3000 races across Europe, Samantha has a keen enthusiasm for motorsport and discovering new talent. She worked part-time in Formula One and Formula 3000 and also wrote a feature article for the special edition commemorative magazine in 2000, celebrating 50 years of the FIA Formula One World Championship. More recently Samantha was working alongside her father in driver development in junior single seater categories around the world.
Samantha’s intimate knowledge of motorsport and extensive network give her a unique perspective, helping her in her role at Project 100 as Account Manager.
Bizkit, Morale Officer
Bizkit was forced to join Project 100 by her owner Samantha. Although initially a bit of a handful in the St Albans office, Bizkit has settled in well and is looking forward to receiving her Project 100 sweater so she can represent the team officially. #BizkitTheFrenchie