Scott has worked in the media and technology sectors for the last 15 years. Prior to joining Quotidian, he spent 6 years at Hearst Corporation leading a number of its technology investments and acquisitions. Most notably, he led Hearst's Series A investments into HootSuite and Savored, which sold to Groupon.
Prior to Hearst, Scott was a research associate at Thomas Weisel Partners where he helped launch the company’s Internet Services coverage. Scott began his career in the agent training program at International Creative Management (ICM). He holds a BA in economics from Haverford College and an MBA, with a concentration in finance, from Columbia Business School.
Board & Advisor Roles (5)Update
|Dec, 2011||Miso||$4M / Series B||Hearst Ventures|
|Jan, 2011||Savored||$3M / Series A (Lead)||Hearst Ventures|
|Dec, 2010||Miso||$1.5M / Series A||Hearst Ventures|
|Jul, 2010||TurnHere, Inc.||$3M / Series B||Hearst Ventures|
|Dec, 2009||Hootsuite||$1.9M / Series A||Hearst Ventures|
|Feb, 2008||TurnHere, Inc.||$7.5M / Series A (Lead)||Hearst Ventures|
|Dec, 2006||Double Fusion||$26M / Series C||Hearst Ventures|
|Jun 25, 2014||Alley Watch - An Idea Getting Tougher To Fund: Venture capital|
|Apr 7, 2014||New York Observer - Best Tech Events This Week: Fast Company Innovation Uncensored, Shorty Awards, Kingpins of Silicon Alley and More|
|Mar 26, 2012||Tech Vibes - HootSuite on Verge of Closing Massive Financing Round|
|Jan 4, 2011||Mashable - Miso Raises $1.5 Million and Lands a Deal with Oprah Winfrey Network|
|Jan 9, 2010||Gigaom - HootSuite Raises $1.9 Million For Popular Twitter Client|