• Meet the Sponsors

    October 26, 2020

    • by Jens Peterson, IHAF

    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 …

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  • Boost the Value of Your In-House Agency

    June 08, 2020

    • by Julie Allouch, Nuxeo

    In-house agencies are more valuable than ever. In fact, over the past five years, 20% more companies have established internal agencies. And, corporate studios are not only influencing marketing, but the full cycle from product design to customer experience, for a demonstrable impact on the …

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  • Marketing Your Brand's Sustainable Practices

    May 11, 2020

    Many companies now adopt sustainable practices that go well beyond office recycling programs. Saving energy, reducing operational waste, curbing emissions, and developing green products are a few of the sustainable objectives being integrated into company missions and products.

    As a result, brands …

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    Six Questions to Ask Before Calling a Printer

    March 30, 2020

    Today’s marketers juggle a host of campaigns across a multitude of channels. Many of the tasks are completed in-house with marketing software, but that’s not the case for print campaigns. When it’s time to send direct mail, print a catalogue, buy promotional material, or order trade show displays, …

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  • The Latest in Offshore Creative Production

    February 17, 2020

    • by Shelley Harrison and Anil Noorani, Amnet

    Tapping lower-cost, overseas resources for creative production is not a new trend. And as agencies look to decrease their production costs by 40% or more, offshore partnerships are transitioning from experimental to mainstream.

    If your in-house agency has yet to engage in offshoring (or tried a …

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  • Learning About Omni-Channel Marketing

    July 11, 2016

    • by IHAF Staff

    “The best way to stand out is by blending in.” That’s just one of many quotables imparted by this year’s IHAF Huddle facilitator, ChRiS Gomersall, as our regional discussion group series came to a close last month. In fact, ChRiS had the hundred or so people who attended our Huddles in Boston, …

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  • Meet ChRiS

    June 13, 2016

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    Tomorrow marks the first of our Huddle regional discussion groups—facilitated by leading expert and former Instagram and Facebook executive ChRiS Gomersall, CEO of ATOMIZED. 

    ChRiS is a problem solver. In fact, shortly into his tenure at Facebook, he spotted a problem his clients were having …

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  • It’s Time to Huddle!

    June 06, 2016

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    This month marks the start of our annual Huddle discussion group series—one of IHAF’s most popular events. These half-day sessions are ideal for in-house agency leaders and individual contributors alike. This year’s Huddle focuses on the rise of Omni-Channel Marketing and the challenge of keeping …

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  • Improving Client Relationships is Easier than You Think

    April 18, 2016

    Regular interaction with clients is a reality for most creative professionals. (They pay our bills, after all!) Yet, according to a recent industry poll, client engagement is a challenge for nearly three-quarters of creative teams. So how can you improve your client relationships? Here are three …

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  • Sarah Says Goodbye

    December 28, 2015

    • by Sarah Cavicchi, IHAF

    “If you want to achieve some really big and interesting goals, you have to learn to fall in love with hard work.” –Steve Pavlina, personal-development blogger, book author, and motivational speaker

    Falling in love with hard work isn’t hard to do at IHAF—and boy, have we accomplished much in the …

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