Ulli Stoef to Exit Studio 100 & m4e


Ulli Stoef, CEO of Studio 100 Media and m4e, will be stepping down from his role by the end of June.

Stoef became CEO of Studio 100 Media in addition to his position as CEO of m4e as of February 2017, when Studio 100 acquired a majority stake in m4e, where he was founder and majority shareholder. One of his key assignments in coming on board at Studio 100 was to integrate the two businesses, and with this having been accomplished, the parties have mutually agreed to part ways.

Until his effective resignation, Stoef will continue to carry out his current duties in order to ensure a smooth transition, after which he will devote himself to his passion as an independent entrepreneur again. Stoef will announce his next steps and new venture in due course.

Hans Bourlon will continue to act as member of the management board of Studio 100 Media and will assume Stoef’s tasks along with the local Studio 100 Media management team. A replacement for Stoef as CEO of m4e and member of the management board of Studio 100 Media will be announced in due course.

Bourlon, one of the founders of the Studio 100 Group and member of the management board of Studio 100 Media, said: “Ulli Stoef played a decisive role in integrating the m4e and Studio 100 Media businesses. I would like to sincerely thank him for his efforts and for his contributions to the further international growth of the Studio 100 Group. I wish him every success in his next challenge.”

Stoef commented: “It was a pleasure working with Hans and the whole Studio 100 team over the last years to successfully integrate m4e and bring further international growth to the Studio 100 Group. I had the privilege to work with so many talented people who made it easy to succeed. For sure, we will stay in close touch and I am convinced that the Studio 100 Group will have a bright future.”