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Humorist Keynote: Breaking it Down
When work life gets busy or complicated or stressful; Scott says break it down into the small stuff so it won’t look so overwhelming. And as a humorist keynote, that’s what Scott does. He breaks down the big things into small bits. Hysterical business-related bits on acronyms, partnership, teamwork, communication, language, the power of numbers and more. The end result is an intuitive lesson on learning to laugh. On maintaining a sense of humor in the workplace. On addressing one little thing at a time. His bright and clear performance is a release valve for stress and a motivator for moving on one sure step after another. He certainly has a knack for lightening the load.
Corporate Host and Emcee
An absolute delight, Scott is undoubtedly the consummate host of general sessions, the affable moderator of executive panels and the marvel of emcee’s for awards ceremonies. His intelligence and vibrancy create an instant and effortless rapport with the audience. His charm and gracious introductions provide smooth transitions that allow executives to easily slip into their roles as keynotes. And his congenial presence adds the seamless thread that holds a meeting together, keeping it tight and keeping it smart. Pair all of 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.
As host, he’s the master performer and the common denominator who can cultivate an engaging environment where everyone is transfixed on the message and meeting purpose. As moderator, he’s the diplomat and agent for a lively and interesting dialogue amongst executives. And as awards ceremony emcee, he’s the quintessential, silver-tongued host who can lift the significance of the honor and broaden a winner’s smile!
He’s got it all and it’s all wrapped up in a formula that gives meetings continuity, messages potency and presentations relevance.
So the next time you’re looking for the master of corporate events and meetings, the one that can keep it tight, keep it smart and keep it funny, go to the go-to master, Scott Bloom, former host of VH1. Rest assured, you’ll be introducing the most polished component to staging a smooth and successful meeting. Ever.
Talk Show Host and Panel Moderator
Talk about keeping it smart, keeping it tight and keeping it funny! Scott can craft a talk show format into the best possible platform for delivering executive messages. Here’s how it goes. Rather than have one podium speaker after another, it’s one seated guest after another. Host Scott Bloom interviews. Executives respond. Host Scott Bloom keeps it light. Executives keep it real. Host Scott Bloom throws it to meeting-themed video clips. Executives provide the commentary. It’s an absolutely brilliant and delightful platform for delivering remarkable messages that play extremely well with the audience.
And when discussions get serious, Scott can moderate important panels of leaders and move them easily from topic to topic. Think news moderators and presidential debates. Then think Scott Bloom. He’s got the right stuff to get a panel going and going in the right direction.
Game Show Creator and Host
Bursting onto the corporate scene in 1990, Scott Bloom has stayed firmly entrenched and now he’s at the top of his game. Why? Because Scott is a funny man who means business. And he’s made it his business to develop custom programs that provide fun, interactive challenges designed to build teamwork, camaraderie and competition. From full-out game shows that fire-up a workforce and fill a room with pulse pounding excitement to individual challenges designed to elevate the audience’s contribution to the success of the meeting -- games and challenges a la Scott Bloom style -- are a zesty way to pepper a traditional business format and pep up the pace!
A professional comedian who has hosted hundreds of corporate events headlined at as many of the nation's top comedy clubs, Scott Bloom can custom tailor his unique brand of showmanship to meet your needs. In addition to hosting over 300 corporate events for Fortune 500 companies, like AT&T, Merck and American Express, he has also had a successful career in television. Most recently, Scott was the host of his own weekly VH1 series. This past year he did some hosting duties for Game Show Network and hosted a national simulcast of the Grammy Awards from the Palace Theater in Los Angeles for Discover Card.
He has also appeared on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, A&E's Caroline's Comedy Hour, Evening at the Improv, and Comedy on the Road. Scott is a national headliner on the stand-up comedy circuit and has performed in Las Vegas at both Harrah's and the MGM Grand casinos. Presently, he is developing several game shows for Game Show Network and syndication.
Whether opening the general session, introducing executives, entertaining between official presentations or crafting segues that underscore your conference objectives, Scott is a valuable asset at any important gathering. His presence adds the magical glue that holds a meeting together, giving it continuity, consistency and charismatic appeal. His intelligence and vibrancy creates a dynamic and instant rapport with the audience. He'll get them all going and going strong with program warm-ups and participation games to kick off sessions and move them into breaks. His charm and gracious introductions provide smooth transitions that add a veneer of distinction to all the speakers. Whether through personal introductions or prerecorded pieces, he puts them at ease ... and into the limelight. 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. He is the penultimate in the master of ceremonies genre. The Billy Crystal of corporate meetings. So the next time you're looking to engage, educate, and entertain ... introduce Scott Bloom, former host of VH1. Rest assured, you'll be introducing the best new component to staging successful meetings.