Scott Gardner
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Scott is the CEO and founder of Liquid Agency. Scott makes it his responsibility to make sure the agency continues to grow and evolve by anticipating the needs of our clients. He constantly evaluates what the agency offers and how we work and ensures we are positioned for the future as an invaluable partner to a growing list of global brands and emerging companies with big plans. Scott is passionate about helping our clients achieve their business objectives through strategic and effective brand experiences, which include traditional brand design and a key focus on emerging trends in experience and culture design. As a result, Liquid has built long-lasting relationships with some of the most successful companies in the world and is a financially stable agency that attracts amazing talent and delivers innovative, effective, award-winning work.

Scott has been a principal consultant on major brand initiatives, with a roster of global brands that includes Adobe, Intel, HP, Microsoft, PlayStation, PayPal, Motorola, Google, Nasdaq and Walmart, as well as small-cap companies like Ernest Packaging Solutions, Amobee, Adaptive Insights, Yodlee, Kareo, FICKS and a host of others.

Prior to founding Liquid, Scott was a managing director at FullMoon Interactive after selling his first agency into the roll-up venture. Before that, Scott was the CEO of ImageNetwork—a full-service promotion agency he started early in his career, which became one of the fastest-growing private companies in Silicon Valley, as well as one of the Top 100 promotion marketing agencies in the U.S.

Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, and is an active member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), CEO Stars and a number of nonprofit and community-related organizations. Although he recently hung up his clipboard and whistle, Scott spent the past decade actively coaching youth sports, where he found great satisfaction teaching children the great role sports can play in their lives beyond the basics of the sport itself.