Scott Brothers Global names new president

David Dembroski will lead the organization, which serves as the parent co for Scott Brothers Entertainment and Scott Living.
May 3, 2018

Drew and Jonathan Scott, cofounders of Scott Brothers Globalhave appointed David Dembroski to lead the organization.

With offices in Canada and the U.S., Scott Brothers Global is the parent company of Scott Brothers Entertainment, which produces content for multiple platforms, as well as Scott Living, the brothers’ collection of home goods.

Dembroski (pictured) has worked with the Scott Brothers for more than seven years, most recently serving as legal counsel. In his new role, Dembroski will have fiscal oversight of the company, manage its brand and oversee all divisions of the company worldwide, including brand licensing, endorsement, marketing partnerships, book publishing, kids, digital and television production.

Based in Toronto, Dembroski will report directly to Drew and Jonathan.

Prior to joining Scott Brothers Global, Dembroski was a founding partner at Toronto-based entertainment law firm Stohn Hay Cafazzo Dembroski Richmond LLP. He previously worked at Aird & Berlis and Blake Cassels & Graydon.

“As one of the most respected lawyers in the entertainment field, his expertise will prove invaluable as we ramp up our international operations. We are confident, with David at the helm, we will see tremendous growth and success,” Jonathan Scott said in a statement.

The Scott Brothers are internationally recognized television personalities and through their production company have produced series such as Property Brothers at Home, Brother vs. Brother and Home United. 

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