Scott Galloway

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  • New York Times Bestselling Author of 'The Four' and 'The Algebra of Happiness'
  • Professor on Brand Strategy and Digital Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business
  • Award-Winning Co-Host of the podcast Pivot with Kara Swisher and Host of The Prof G Show
  • Elected to the World Economic Forum's "Global Leaders of Tomorrow”



Scott teaches brand strategy and digital marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business. He was named “One of the World’s 50 Best Business School Professors” by Poets & Quants in 2012. A serial entrepreneur, he founded 9 companies, including Red Envelope, Prophet, and L2 Inc., acquired by Gartner (NYSE: IT) in 2017. Scott’s book The Four (Portfolio Penguin, 2017) debuted on the New York Times hardcover non-fiction list. His second book, The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning was published in 2019. Scott was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow and has served on the boards of directors of Eddie Bauer (Nasdaq: EBHI), The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT), Urban Outfitters (Nasdaq: URBN), and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He writes a weekly newsletter, No Mercy / No Malice, and hosts the podcasts The Prof G Show and Pivot (with Kara Swisher).

 

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A Sample of the Groups That Have Hosted Scott Galloway
  • JPMorgan
  • U.S. House of Representatives
  • World Economic Forum
  • Walmart
  • Salesforce
  • L'Oreal
  • Chanel
  • Nike
  • Google
  • Proctor&Gamble
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Post Corona

Professor Galloway looks at the pandemic’s implications on society, the markets, and business. This presentation unpacks how industries including media, retail, tech, healthcare, and education are being impacted by Covid, and what will remain after the dust from this crisis has settled. ...

Professor Galloway looks at the pandemic’s implications on society, the markets, and business. This presentation unpacks how industries including media, retail, tech, healthcare, and education are being impacted by Covid, and what will remain after the dust from this crisis has settled.

Underhyped vs. Overhyped

Since the Covid pandemic began in 2020, we’ve seen an unprecedented acceleration in business, education, and technology. Prof Galloway cuts through the noise and highlights the products and trends that are receiving too much vs. too little attention and investment. He discusses creative solutions in ...

Since the Covid pandemic began in 2020, we’ve seen an unprecedented acceleration in business, education, and technology. Prof Galloway cuts through the noise and highlights the products and trends that are receiving too much vs. too little attention and investment. He discusses creative solutions in health tech, higher education, transportation, financial technology, and related fields that will shape the next decade and beyond.

Annual Predictions

Scott’s provocative annual predictions for the year ahead, available beginning in October. In this session, Professor Galloway will take a look back at what he got right or wrong for the previous year, and he will introduce a series of predictions, trends, and dynamics for the upcoming 1–3 years. Sc ...

Scott’s provocative annual predictions for the year ahead, available beginning in October. In this session, Professor Galloway will take a look back at what he got right or wrong for the previous year, and he will introduce a series of predictions, trends, and dynamics for the upcoming 1–3 years. Scott’s predictions include, but are not limited to, the themes of big tech, industry disruption, healthcare, education, retail, the streaming wars, and more.

Future of Education

Professor Galloway dissects the education industry from the 80s to now, focusing on changes in price and exclusivity. He explores the reasons and impacts of these changes and how the pandemic has affected higher education. The presentation finishes with a discussion of trends and where the industry ...

Professor Galloway dissects the education industry from the 80s to now, focusing on changes in price and exclusivity. He explores the reasons and impacts of these changes and how the pandemic has affected higher education.

The presentation finishes with a discussion of trends and where the industry is headed.

Investing Theses

Scott unpacks his personal investing strategy and the frameworks he uses to evaluate public and private investments. He covers his own equity holdings and private investments and reveals “The Algebra of Wealth,” his personal guide to achieving financial security. ...

Scott unpacks his personal investing strategy and the frameworks he uses to evaluate public and private investments.

He covers his own equity holdings and private investments and reveals “The Algebra of Wealth,” his personal guide to achieving financial security.

Office Hours: Private Edition

Instead of presenting, Professor Galloway is available for one-hour private Q&A sessions with leadership teams or small groups. Get Scott’s take on the challenges or questions your organization is facing and lean on his experience as an entrepreneur, academic, and board member. ...

Instead of presenting, Professor Galloway is available for one-hour private Q&A sessions with leadership teams or small groups. Get Scott’s take on the challenges or questions your organization is facing and lean on his experience as an entrepreneur, academic, and board member.

The Algebra of Happiness

What’s the formula for a life well-lived? Scott Galloway has spent the greater half of his career trying to find out. Melding personal experiences with research from the fields of finance, psychology, and anthropology, Professor Galloway created the Algebra of Happiness. This session will give you S ...

What’s the formula for a life well-lived? Scott Galloway has spent the greater half of his career trying to find out. Melding personal experiences with research from the fields of finance, psychology, and anthropology, Professor Galloway created the Algebra of Happiness. This session will give you Scott’s cheat sheet to squeezing the juice out of life. This talk is based on the viral YouTube video >>

Streaming Wars

In this session, Professor Scott Galloway provides a No Mercy / No Malice perspective on the biggest trends, strategies, and innovations in the video and content streaming industry today. From the streaming landscape to shifts in OTT video and increasing competition in audio, Scott will highlight wh ...

In this session, Professor Scott Galloway provides a No Mercy / No Malice perspective on the biggest trends, strategies, and innovations in the video and content streaming industry today. From the streaming landscape to shifts in OTT video and increasing competition in audio, Scott will highlight which winners & losers have emerged and what you can learn from them.

WeWTF

In less than two months, WeWork lost $40 billion in value. What happened, and what can you learn from the company? In this session, Scott Galloway will provide his no-bullshit analysis of how WeWork built their business, the red flags he identified, their demise, and a potential path forward for the ...

In less than two months, WeWork lost $40 billion in value. What happened, and what can you learn from the company? In this session, Scott Galloway will provide his no-bullshit analysis of how WeWork built their business, the red flags he identified, their demise, and a potential path forward for the company. Attendees will leave with key lessons and strategies to apply at their work.

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<p>VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING: A brand strategy and digital marketing professor at NYU Stern School of Business, Galloway is now positioned to be ‘the most influential thought leader in the history of business’</p>

VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING: A brand strategy and digital marketing professor at NYU Stern School of Business, Galloway is now positioned to be ‘the most influential thought leader in the history of business’

The bestselling author of The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, which debuted on the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller list, SCOTT GALLOWAY makes clear why he, in fact, is one of the most influential thought leaders of our time. His TED Talk, “How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google manipulate our emotions” has more than 3.5 million views on TED and YouTube combined. Expanding his reach, Scott was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow. He has built a successful career as a business leader and executive founding three companies: Red Envelope, Prophet Brand Strategy, and L2 Inc., which benchmarks the digital performance of brands and in 2017 was acquired by Gartner, one of the world-leading research and advisory firms in all areas of business.

According to WSJ Magazine, "Prof. Scott Galloway Wants to Be ‘the Most Influential Thought Leader in the History of Business.’" This spring, Galloway launched a TV show on Vice called No Mercy/No Malice, which explores the effects that the pandemic and social unrest has on the economy and offers up a unique perspectives of how we come through this stronger.

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Scott teaches brand strategy and digital marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business. He was named “One of the World’s 50 Best Business School Professors” by Poets & Quants in 2012. A serial entrepreneur, he founded 9 companies, including Red Envelope, Prophet, and L2 Inc., acquired by Gartner (NYSE: IT) in 2017. Scott’s book The Four (Portfolio Penguin, 2017) debuted on the New York Times hardcover non-fiction list. His second book, The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning was published in 2019. Scott was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow and has served on the boards of directors of Eddie Bauer (Nasdaq: EBHI), The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT), Urban Outfitters (Nasdaq: URBN), and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He writes a weekly newsletter, No Mercy / No Malice, and hosts the podcasts The Prof G Show and Pivot (with Kara Swisher).