• Is Your In-House Agency Future Proof?

    July 15, 2019

    • by IHAF Staff

    While most of you are in the throes of summer, the IHAF team is in the throes of planning our biggest event of the year—the IHAF Conference & Awards. This year’s conference is about future proofing your in-house agency, with a national panel of speakers delivering a mix of keynotes and how-to …

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  • Getting It Right: Process & Positioning

    June 03, 2019

    • by IHAF Staff

    Navigating the operational challenges inherent in running an internal agency can feel like an endless series of twists and turns. While there are ways to overlook certain obstacles for the sake of getting the job done, there are also ways to enhance your team’s problem-solving capabilities to …

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  • New Year, New Opportunities

    January 14, 2019

    • by IHAF Staff

    It almost seems passé to be talking about the new year, but in reality, we’re only two weeks in. So, there’s still time to resolve for the next 50 weeks to be as formative as they are fulfilling.

    One of the commitments we encourage you to make is to get more involved with IHAF in 2019. Our member …

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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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  • Bloomberg Named In-House Agency of the Year

    November 19, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    With the crystal trophy and colleagues by his side, Bloomberg’s global head of Bloomberg Studio, Michael Eisenreich, took the stage at the recent IHAF Conference to accept top honors on behalf of his team—the 2018 In-House Agency of the Year. “Ours is a story of grit and determination over many, …

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  • IHAF Awards: The Results Are In!

    September 17, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    For months, the IHAF team has been busy gathering, organizing and admiring nearly 700 entries submitted by 77 in-house agencies in anticipation of the judging event for the 2018 IHAF Awards. And, the results are in!

    Last week, a panel of 13 experts pored over every part and piece of your …

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  • Roundtable Recap: What Bloomed?

    July 09, 2018

    • by Emily Foster, IHAF

    Spring. Every year, it brings new growth in the form of buds and blossoms outside and connectivity and conversation inside. You see, spring is the time of year when IHAF offers its Regional Roundtables—discussion groups held in various cities throughout the country where members discuss and debate …

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  • What’s Good for You in 2018?

    January 08, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    At the start of the new year, we often find ourselves recommitting to things that are good for us. Eating healthier foods. Getting more sleep. Daily exercise. Why not add IHAF to that good-for-you list by attending this week’s webinar on optimizing your membership in 2018?

    On Thursday, January 11 …

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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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  • We Came. We Saw. We Judged.

    September 12, 2017

    It came down to nine, then four, then two—exceptional pieces that attracted our attention, exacted our respect, and divided us as a group for nearly an hour as we debated “Best of Show” for this year’s IHAF Awards. I can’t tell you who’ll walk away with the coveted crystal, but I can say it wasn’t …

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