Pull Up a Chair at Our Regional Roundtables

In June, in-house professionals are coming together to share experiences and exchange ideas in seven cities across the US and Canada. That’s right, the In-House Agency Roundtables are back—a collection of three-hour discussion groups for those looking to network and learn with other in-house agencies in their local area.

Here’s when and where we’ll be gathering:

Date Location Host
Tuesday, June 6 Philadelphia, PA Janney Montgomery Scott
Wednesday, June 7 Chicago, IL KPMG
Thursday, June 8 Juno Beach, FL NextEra Energy
Thursday, June 20 St. Louis, MO McCarthy
Wednesday, June 21 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Credit Union
Thursday, June 22 Toronto, ON Loblaw Companies
Tuesday, June 27 Boston, MA Putnam Investments

Each session begins with a brief presentation by our host company, an IHAF member who faces many of the same challenges you do. You’ll get to know a bit about them, then open the floor to group discussion where you can tap the collective brain trust in the room. These intimate conversations are the ideal way to find out how others approach common hurdles and the steps they take to overcome them.

Participating in one or more of our roundtables affords you the opportunity to engage in honest dialogue with in-house specialists like you. With 15-50 people in attendance, these close-knit forums enable you to ask tough questions, learn from shared experiences, and become part of a regional network.

What’s more, our In-House Agency Roundtables run from 9 a.m. to noon. So, you can spend the morning with your peers and be back at your desk by lunchtime. Attendance is open to corporate in-house agency professionals and series sponsors only. Register today, then pull up a chair at the roundtable nearest you.


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