• Enter Your Sunday Best!

    May 20, 2019

    • by IHAF Staff

    Awards season is underway at IHAF and our in-house community is buzzing as they thoughtfully consider the work they’ve produced over the past year, choosing the best of the best to enter into our 2019 In-House Creativity Awards.

    In fact, members tell us year after year that there’s no better way …

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  • It’s the Year of Connectedness

    January 07, 2019

    • by Emily Foster, IHAF

    Twenty-eighteen was quite a year at IHAF and for in-house agencies in general—from press coverage to performance excellence, our members demonstrated that they have what it takes to be truly exceptional.

    When companies come to IHAF, they often tell us they join for the content but that the …

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  • A Year in Review

    December 17, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    Time flies when we’re networking, learning and sharing with one another. That’s why we’re especially grateful to have such an incredible community of in-house professionals, across a host of industries, who take advantage of all that IHAF has to offer. As we embark on a new year, let’s reflect and …

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  • Meet a Member: Joan Yenawine of Combined Jewish Philanthropies

    December 10, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Joan Yenawine, Associate Creative Director with Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP). Reconnecting recently, Joan opened up about some exciting new changes involving her team and how they’re leveraging the IHAF community to advance even further.

    One …

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  • Building a Purpose-Driven Culture

    August 20, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    During last year’s IHAF Conference & Award’s Show, CEO of We First Branding, Simon Mainwaring, shared how to successfully build your brand’s philosophy, community and cultural leadership. In fact, his session was so well received that we invited him back as a webinar presenter this fall.

    On …

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  • Quiet Drives, Creative Conversation & Kronos

    August 13, 2018

    When I was growing up, my father sometimes took me for evening drives through the small Vermont towns near our house. I loved those twilight hours, when the lights blinked on but curtains hadn’t yet been closed in the farmhouses we passed—I’d catch a glimpse inside and imagine the lives being lived …

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  • Get the Gold, Get the Glory

    June 11, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    As one of the most celebrated competitions in the industry, there’s no better way to gain recognition for the outstanding work your internal agency produces than by entering the IHAF Awards—recognizing creative excellence among in-house teams across 30+ print and digital categories.

    Over 90 …

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  • Resource Management: The Ultimate Balancing Act

    October 16, 2017

    • by IHAF Staff

    The IHAF team recently partnered with Workfront to conduct a resource management survey for the in-house community. Over 100 unique companies responded, providing insight into their scheduling and planning habits as well as how they forecast, resource, and track their work. 

    The study includes …

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  • Want Bragging Rights? Enter the 2017 IHAF Awards!

    May 01, 2017

    • by IHAF Staff

    What better way to gain recognition for the outstanding work your internal agency produces than to be heralded among your peers? IHAF’s annual creativity awards recognize art and copy excellence among in-house teams across 30+ print and digital categories.

    Over 90 winners emerge from the IHAF …

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  • Your Easiest Resolution to Keep in 2017

    December 12, 2016

    • by IHAF Staff

    Around this time of year, we get to thinking about what we might resolve to do (or not do) in the new year. Get fit. Quit smoking. Spend more time with family. Stress less. While our efforts are well intended, we inevitably let lapse our newfound commitments—sometimes because we lose interest, but …

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