In-House Roundtables: Coming to a City Near You

In a few short weeks, our multi-city In-House Agency Roundtables begin—a series of informal-yet-intimate conversations hosted by IHAF member companies nationwide. Join us as we discuss and debate topics of interest to in-house agencies of all sizes and varieties. This year’s roundtables are taking place in six different cities from 9 a.m. to 12 noon local time.

CITY

HOST

DATE

Atlanta

Boston Consulting Group

Thursday, May 17

Boston

Kronos

Wednesday, June 20

Chicago

Trunk Club

Thursday, June 14

Kansas City

Hallmark

Tuesday, June 26

New York

Equinox

Thursday, May 31

San Francisco

Robert Half International

Tuesday, June 5

We’ll start each session with a brief host presentation—a behind-the-scenes look at people, processes and practices. From there we’ll enjoy 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 agency’s lifecycle, our In-House Agency Roundtables are sure to deliver insights and inspiration.

Six different cities. Six different conversations. One valuable experience. Join us for one (or more) of these dynamic sessions. Register today for the regional roundtable nearest you.

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