About Speaker Scott Bloom…
Studies have proven what we all intuitively know to be true: laughter brings people together and makes them feel great. And no one delivers laughs to corporate audiences as consistently and cleverly as Scott Bloom.
Why Scott Bloom?
A professional emcee who has hosted hundreds of corporate events, Scott can custom tailor his unique brand of showmanship to meet your needs.
Whether opening the general session – introducing executives – staging audience participation segments – moderating leadership discussions – or delivering segues that underscore the objectives of the session, Scott delivers meetings with poise, power and panache.
As emcee, Scott’s the master performer and the common denominator who can cultivate an engaging environment in which everyone is transfixed on the message and meeting purpose. He’s the magical glue that holds a meeting together giving it continuity and consistency. Pair that with his sharp sense of humor and ability to improv and he can take moments of important material and make them seriously funny and always memorable.
With over two decades of television and corporate hosting experience Scott’s got the credentials, the charisma and the comedy that make meeting messages resonate with audiences.
Whether you need a professional emcee, a world-class awards host, or an out-of-the-box guest speaker, Scott provides an insightful, interactive, laughter-packed experience that energizes your audience and transforms your event.
Scott is a veteran comedian and television personality who has built a reputation as the “go-to” choice for business humor, having hosted hundreds of events for companies such as FedEx, Ford, IBM, MetLife, Pfizer and Verizon. Scott makes it his business to immerse himself in the specifics of your business and your event. That’s how he’s able to talk like an insider about your organization’s products and people, buzzwords and acronyms.
In addition to his work as a highly respected emcee and comedic keynote speaker, he has had a successful career in television. Scott has been featured on Comedy Central numerous times, and was the host of his own weekly VH1 series. He currently lives in Los Angeles.