Scooter Braun has strategically positioned SB Projects as one of the most exciting, and fastest-growing, companies in the entertainment industry. With the unprecedented success of clients such as Justin Bieber, Asher Roth, Carly Rae Jepsen, The Wanted and Cody Simpson, Scooter is widely considered one of the music industry’s most promising and powerful young executives.
If Scooter Braun’s career ended today, he would have earned more accolades and success than most entrepreneurs twice his age. However, Scooter is just getting started and always operates with an underdog mentality. Scooter’s gifts for recognizing talent, working tirelessly to help his clients achieve worldwide success, and brokering extraordinary deals with strategic partners and brands are quickly becoming the entertainment industry’s worst-kept secrets.
Scooter is also an active philanthropist who is always searching for deals that involve charitable, give-back components. He serves on the Advisory Board for Pencils of Promise, a non-profit organization founded by his brother Adam that builds schools in the developing world.
Based on the studies of Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen and helmed by Tribeca’s Craig Hatkoff, The Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards (TDIA) celebrates those whose ideas have broken the mold to create significant impact. Christensen’s original Disruptive Innovation Theory explained how simpler, cheaper technologies, products, and services could decimate industry leaders. TDIA showcases applications of disruptive innovation which has spread far beyond the original technological and industrial realms into the fields of healthcare, education, international development, politics and advocacy, media, the arts and entertainment.