It’s Conference Time!

Excitement is mounting with the 2019 IHAF Conference & Awards around the corner. With an action-packed two-day agenda including keynotes from Dropbox, Hallmark, Orvis and Coca-Cola, we’re exploring the strategies and skills in-house agencies need to be ready and resilient in the future.

As a complement to our keynotes, we’re also offering something new this year—a series of training sessions called Skills Labs that span assorted competencies. We’ve got 10 labs in all, with conference-goers choosing the sessions that suit them best.

Our final twist is a panel discussion on the future of talent, featuring professors and undergrads from Boston University’s AdLab—the largest student-run ad agency in the country. Unique and uncensored, we’re going inside this renowned advertising incubator to understand the ideas and ideals driving talent for the future.

If you’re attending, take a look at our event agenda and speaker sessions so you can start mapping out your game plan. And, if you haven't registered yet, we still have a few seats left. Join us for Future Proof—the 2019 IHAF Conference & Awards on November 13-14 at the Revere Hotel in Boston, MA. Register today!

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