IHAF is the foremost authority on internal agencies—delivering content and cultivating community to enhance the influence and impact of corporate advertising and creative organizations.
The In-House Agency Forum (IHAF) is the only membership organization dedicated to providing tools and insight in support of every function within the in-house agency model. From creative to media to executive management, IHAF offers exclusive, year-round benefits to our members via Benchmarking Data and Best Practices, Conferences and Events, and Networking opportunities.
Since its inception in 2005, IHAF has emerged as a peer community for in-house agencies and an agent for increasing their effectiveness and influence within their respective organizations. Today, IHAF's nationwide membership ranges in size from 300-person operations to three-person teams across a host of industries. It is the willingness of our members to share everything from best practices to war stories coupled with IHAF's expertise in topics and trends specific to in-house agencies that makes our association unlike any other.
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What Are People Saying About IHAF?
“I have found great value being a member of IHAF. Not only has my creative department been fortunate to have received recognition for our work, I have had the opportunity to network with creative leaders in other industries and share challenges as well as best practices. It's a great way to get inspired and make your in-house team more efficient.”
“As someone who served on the IHAF Board of Directors for over 10 years, I can say with certainty that the Board keeps the association in step with, and in many cases ahead of, the challenges internal agencies face. With the collective experience and counsel of the Board, IHAF is able to deliver the most relevant, meaningful content available to the in-house community.”
“I have been an active IHAF member since its inception. In that time, I have found the members to be generous with their time and eager to share their experiences. After each event, I always come away having learned something new.”