Meet the Sponsors

Behind every in-house agency is a mix of partners and providers in key support roles. Several of them deserve our thanks for their generosity in helping to bring the fast-approaching IHAF Conference & Awards to life. Find new solutions to keep your team effective and agile—meet the sponsors behind this year’s annual extravaganza.

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Dave Weinberg & Joanne Ho Huesler, Adobe

Adobe Creative Cloud is packed with so much more than the industry standards we’ve grown to love. If you’re not familiar with new solutions like Adobe Sensei and Character Animator, Dave Weinberg and Joanne Ho Huesler will be on deck to spread the word. Meet them at Adobe’s sponsor booth or one of our networking sessions during the live event.

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Chris Lombardo, Deltek

If in-house agency administrators need it, Deltek probably offers it. Let Marketing Manager Chris Lombardo walk you through Deltek’s host of software solutions. These tools can help internal teams manage projects, people, information and other critical resources. Don’t forget to stop by their sponsor booth!

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Eran Lobel & Kristen Kearns, ELEMENT Productions

IHAF veteran ELEMENT is a prime partner for integrated video content production and post-production. Their CEO Eran Lobel made a splash while hosting our In-House Agency Roundtables in June—and he’s back by popular demand. Check out their Creativity On-Demand video, and ask how Eran and COO Kristen Kearns deploy proven strategies and compelling video to meet your business goals.

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Robert Berkeley & Prateek Shrivastava, Express KCS

Capacity limitations got you down? Long-time IHAF member and trusted creative production provider Express KCS can help. Stop by their booth to learn how their team can support yours. Robert Berkeley and Prateek Shrivastava, two familiar faces in the IHAF community, will be there! (You may also recognize Robert as the host of our popular podcast, Inside Jobs.)

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Jeanine Guzman, Extreme Reach

Extreme Reach delivers tech that fuels seamless workflows across advertising and media departments. Marketing Manager Jeanine Guzman is staffing their virtual sponsor booth at our event—ask her about Extreme Reach’s solutions for talent and asset management, ad placements and a slew of other production services.

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Matt Perry & Tim Stuart, Genero

Meet SVP Matt Perry and Client Director Tim Stuart from Genero. Their creative platform helps in-house agencies scale production and manage projects more efficiently, without adding headcount or overhead costs. We encourage you to connect with them at the Conference to learn how Genero might make your in-house operations better, faster and more cost-effective.

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J.J. Thoele, RoboHead

RoboHead is an all-in-one project management tool built specifically for in-house teams. It features custom request forms, automated approvals, real-time reporting specific to project management, and more. You’ll find Marketing & Sales Director J.J. Thoele at their virtual sponsor booth this year. Be sure to ask him how RoboHead can help you do more in less time.

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Shawn Pothier, Shawmut Communications Group

Shawmut is a sustainable commercial printer with expertise in direct mail, packaging, event collateral and more. Manage your print projects from strategy through design and distribution with their convenient client dashboard. Meet Shawn Pothier, VP of Business Development, at our virtual Conference for full-service printing you can feel good about.

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Mackenzie Meyer, Stensul

Spending too much time on email execution? Stensul’s platform streamlines the process so your team can craft on-brand messages with increased efficiency, connecting with audiences and building on your success. Stop by their sponsor booth and ask Marketing Manager Mackenzie Meyer to help you streamline email marketing.

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Bill Hickman, Tilt Creative + Production

From ideation to concept development to post-production support, Tilt Creative + Production’s end-to-end model is geared toward helping creative teams save time and money. Treat yourself to some face-time with Chief Growth Officer Bill Hickman during our Conference. Find out how Tilt’s capabilities might give your next project a competitive advantage.

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Tyler Savage, Tylie Ad Solutions

Tylie Ad Solutions offers a broad portfolio of services you can tailor to your business. They’ll help you with app development, traffic and asset management, post-production needs and more. Conferencegoers will have a chance to meet Tyler Savage, EVP of Development at Tylie. Ask how your team might partner with theirs.

Our Supplier Partners Are Here to Help You!

While smaller in-house agencies can surely benefit from outside support, even the big dogs need backup sometimes. Whether it’s a single video project or a long-term platform migration, these sponsors will be on hand at this year’s IHAF Conference & Awards with the tools and the talent to help unleash your team’s full potential.

Be sure to connect with our sponsors and visit their virtual booths during the live event. Attendees who do will earn points toward a mystery prize to be announced at our closing conference session on Thursday, November 12.

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