Scott is part of the team that is developing the Game of Thrones attraction in Las Vegas in partnership with HBO and Caesars Entertainment opening in Fall of 2022, an attraction called XPERIA opening Fall of 2022 in Pigeon Forge, and is developing several other experiential attractions globally. He currently is President of Scott Welch Management Inc which helps guides the careers of Monica Aldama, star of the Netflix hit “CHEER”, and The Criticals He also consults several Nashville based music technology companies including Soundstripe, Single Music, EVA and Our Vinyl. He consults works A to Z Sports, a men’s grooming products company called Tame the Beast, is on the board of directors of Wherever TV, a publicly traded television company and is a partner in Elevation Studios opening in Summer of 2023. Scott has managed the careers and development of multi-platinum recording artists such as Alanis Morissette, LeAnn Rimes, Steve Perry, Paula Abdul, Collective Soul, C&C Music Factory, among others. Under Mr. Welch’s direction, Alanis Morissette's debut album Jagged Little Pill is the largest selling debut album in history, with worldwide sales in excess of 34 million records and the winner of seven GRAMMY awards plus numerous critic and sales awards globally. Mr. Welch was a partner in Mosaic Media Group, where he worked with the careers of Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, Seal, Jim Carrey, Ellen DeGeneres, Vince Vaughn, Wil Ferrell and over 40 clients in film, television, and music. His company owned Dick Clark Productions and the music publishing catalogs of such artists as ZZ TOP and Aerosmith. Scott was a key component in the growth of MP3.com, which was the first digital music website. He was part of the team that launched IPO raising over $370 million which was the single largest technology IPO to that date. He was an investor and advisor to the launch and development of Stub Hub, the first on-line secondary ticketing company. Stub hub was sold to eBay for $310 million. Scott has a BA from the University of California at Sacramento and is on the Board of Directors for Musicians on Call, which is a nonprofit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in health care facilities in 15 cities and growing. He currently resides in Nashville with his wife Desaree and their two children Ross and Madeline.