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Scott  Bloom

Scott Bloom

Comedic Keynote, Author & Corporate Event Emcee


A veteran comedian and television personality who has built a reputation as the go-to choice for business humor, Scott has hosted hundreds of events over two decades for companies such as FedEx, Ford, IBM, MetLife, and Pfizer. Scott has also hosted his own weekly VH1 series, and recently co-hosted a national simulcast of the Grammy Awards from the Palace Theater. Read More >

As the son of a successful salesman, he was exposed to the principles of building a business at an early age. As a comedian, Scott cut his teeth at renowned improv and comedy clubs. And as a self-taught student of psychology, he’s explored what makes people tick and has written a book (albeit a farce) on how to get through life. He’s uniquely positioned to deliver significant messages on connecting people and making business seriously funny. And who doesn’t like to laugh? Read Less ^

Speaker Videos

Keynote Highlight

Event Emcee and Comedic Keynote Demo Video

Speech Topics

Laugh. Learn. Connect.: The Art of Building Powerful Connections that Grow Your Business

As a comedic keynote, author and personal growth advocate, Scott draws from his professional and personal world to deliver a hilarious and insightful talk that illustrates the importance of building strong relationships with colleagues, co-workers and customers that goes beyond the ordinary courtesies. Read More >

It’s a keynote about scratching below the surface and digging deep to get to the heart of your constituents. And Scott does that brilliantly using laughter as the tonic for maximizing the lessons and the experience. He understands that laughter inspires hope and connects people to others. So he generously uses humor along with customized content and a lot of fun-filled audience participation to share tips on how to create the most powerful connections.

Tips like:

  • Making an investment in another
  • Tailoring the experience based on the person
  • Staying open to each other’s stories
  • Creating true partnerships based on trust and support
  • Expressing gratitude and appreciation for others

Bottom line is that in a seriously funny way, he connects with the audience to demonstrate how the audience can connect with each other. Read Less ^

Scott Bloom: The Power of Laughter. The Language of Business.™

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