Leaders, Meet Us in Atlanta!

Next month, we’re headed to Atlanta where IHAF member and reigning In-House Agency of the Year, Delta Air Lines, is set to host the 2023 IHAF Leadership Summit. Along with keynote presentations from other high-flyers, Delta’s award-winning team is taking us under its wing for an exhilarating day of executive presentations and in-person networking.

As the name suggests, the IHAF Leadership Summit is where in-house leaders flock to rub elbows with some of the highest-performing internal agencies in the country. Hearing directly from today’s corporate and creative pace setters, you’ll learn what makes each of these teams excel including the organizational models and operating practices they employ.

As an added bonus, this year’s Summit is being held at Delta’s state-of-the-art flight museum complete with a private tour of Delta’s renowned Hangar One and Propeller Age exhibit. Not only will attendees soak up some aviation history, you’ll enjoy cocktails and conversation at a special networking reception which closes the conference.

The IHAF Leadership Summit is the premier event for in-house agency executives. Join us in Atlanta on Thursday, April 27 for a full day of networking and learning with the industry’s top performers. Attendance is open to any corporate, in-house professional regardless of IHAF membership status. Book your seat today!

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