In-House Roundtables Around the Corner

In a few short weeks, we begin our regional In-House Agency Roundtables—a series of informal yet intimate conversations hosted by IHAF members throughout the country, where we’ll discuss and debate various topics of interest to in-house agencies.

This year’s roundtables are happening in eight different cities—the most locations ever offered in a single season. The format is new too, with each running from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.





City Year

  Tuesday, May 23



  Tuesday, May 23

DC Metro

Marriott International

  Tuesday, June 6


Quicken Loans

  Thursday, June 1

LA Metro

The Boeing Company

  Tuesday, June 13

New York


  Tuesday, June 20


Publix Super Markets

  Friday, June 2

Pawtucket, RI


  Tuesday, June 20

We’ll start each session with a brief host presentation—a behind-the-scenes look at their organization. From there we’ll move into a facilitated conversation about the challenges and opportunities in-house agencies face in today’s multimedia marketplace. No matter what size your team or where you are in your lifecycle, our In-House Agency Roundtables are sure to deliver insights and inspiration.

Eight different cities. Eight different conversations. One valuable experience. Join us for one (or more!) of these dynamic sessions. For the full list of events, visit our program calendar and then register for the city nearest you.

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