Register by 7/31—And Save!
Excitement is building as the 2017 IHAF Annual Conference & Awards Show rapidly approaches. With a newly remodeled venue, a content-packed two-day agenda, and ample opportunities for networking, this is an event you don’t want to miss. Registration is open with early-bird savings available to IHAF members only through the end of this month.
Need another reason to attend our biggest event of the year? In addition to our three previously announced keynote speakers, we just added a general session featuring Mark Renshaw, Global Chair of the Brand Practice at Edelman. With nearly 25 years’ experience transforming corporate brands (like McDonalds, Samsung, and Amazon), Mark is presenting the results of Edelman’s global brand study, Earned Brand 2017—aligning perfectly with our conference theme, BRAND NEW.
As a complement to our conference keynotes and general sessions, we’re also offering six Brand Bootcamps facilitated by business leaders from Bank of America, Boeing, Kronos, Trunk Club, and more. As we close in on November, we’ll continue adding details to our event agenda so be sure to touch back to our conference site often!
Remember, IHAF members who reserve a seat before August 1 will enjoy extra savings on their tickets. Of course, if you’re not yet a member of IHAF, this is an ideal time to join us. In the meantime, mark your calendar for the IHAF Annual Conference & Awards Show on November 8-9 in Boston.
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