Insightful and entertaining business insights.
Performances — not speeches or sales pitches.
After a career in journalism and years in marketing, Samuel Scott is now a professional keynote corporate speaker and member of Toastmasters International as well as the writer of The Promotion Fix column for The Drum and Head of Marketing for the IT cloud ops platform Faddom.
He is American and Israeli and lives in Tel Aviv.
Meet Samuel Scott — A 60-Second Introduction
From Europe to South America, Samuel has delivered keynote addresses and moderated panels at business events for clients, employees, and customers.
As an online and in person business speaker, Samuel gives inspirational and informative breakout and keynote addresses at events.
Today, many companies and conferences are holding their events online. Samuel now uses his years of experience in professional speaking to keynote events over any streaming platform of choice.
Testimonials & Featured Clients
"Thank you so much for the best 25 minutes I’ve spent in a long time!"
— Hanne Kjeldstadli Hansen, head of customer care at Simployer
“Thank God for someone talking some f--king sense!”
— Claire Strickett, planner and strategist at London creative agency VCCP
My Recent Business Columns
My new marketing column is live in The Drum: As a columnist for The Drum, Samuel Scott has pulled no punches on what marketers need to do to fix their promotion mix. But saying is one thing, doing another. So here’s what happened when this industry commentator was...
My new marketing column is live in The Drum: Cryptocurrencies started to gain popularity long before last week’s release of a ‘shill price list’ for influencer promotion. In his new column, Samuel Scott looks at the history of crypto marketing and interviews people...
My new column is live in The Drum: Marketers rarely get what they pay for, the Gannett ad debacle was just the latest Samuel Scott takes a look at the recent news that newspaper giant Gannett gave advertisers inaccurate information to advertisers on where their ads...