Doug Scott

Doug Scott

Co-Founder, Subnation

Doug Scott has been recognized as one of America’s top 50 media and entertainment executives and a leader in branded content and cultural marketing. He is currently co-founder of Subnation Media, a general partner in Surround Ventures and founding advisor to Culture Group, a digital entertainment marketing agency in Southeast Asia. Prior to his current ventures, he served as executive vice president of marketing and partnerships at Endeavor, following their acquisition of IMG and has developed integrated programs for global brands including IBM, Cisco, Unilever, American Express, Rolex and Anheuser Busch, to name a few. He was the founder and president of WPP’s Ogilvy Entertainment, managing director of The Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX.com), co-founder of The Red Herring Magazine and has produced numerous award-winning films and content series including “Andy Warhol: Fifteen Minutes Eternal,” a documentary about the celebrated pop artist's life, and “Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, aired on CNN, and was nominated for an Emmy. Scott is an active investor, advisor and board member to a number of innovative technology and entertainment companies including BRON, DeFiance Media, The Gaming Society, Miss Grass, and XRL.