The Inside Scoop

  • Meet a Member: Peter Baedita of Norwegian Cruise Line

    March 26, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    The award-winning creative agency at Norwegian Cruise Line has been a member of IHAF since 2011. So, I was excited to finally catch up with Senior Creative Director, Peter Baedita, and hear what it’s like working for such a prestigious brand. “With two new groundbreaking cruise ships launching over …

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  • In-House Roundtables: Coming to a City Near You

    March 19, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    In a few short weeks, our multi-city In-House Agency Roundtables begin—a series of informal-yet-intimate conversations hosted by IHAF member companies nationwide. Join us as we discuss and debate topics of interest to in-house agencies of all sizes and varieties. This year’s roundtables are taking …

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  • VR, AR, MR and 360—Are You Ready?

    March 12, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    Your in-house agency is up-and-running. You’re producing print, digital, and video (and earning praise from your peers at the IHAF Awards). What about virtual reality, augmented reality and 360 videos? Estimated to become a $140 billion business by 2020, immersive media requires creative talent and …

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  • HOW Design Live Comes to Boston

    March 05, 2018

    Boston. It’s where you need to be April 30 through May 3 so you can join us at HOW Design Live. One of our primary goals on the HOW team is to be forward thinking—to stay ahead of the industry so we can do everything possible to help designers, like you, navigate changing environments.

    An obvious …

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  • A Glimpse at AT&T’s Year on Top

    February 26, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    You may recall that AT&T was named 2017 In-House Agency of the Year at the IHAF Conference & Awards Show in the fall. We had the pleasure of catching up with Roger Hyde recently, AT&T’s SVP of Creative Services, to find out how the win impacted his 150-person team and what advice he might have for …

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  • How Brand’s Got Your Back

    February 12, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    One of the leading challenges internal and external agencies face is effectively influencing clients. No matter how big your client’s line of business or product set might be, getting them to adhere to corporate brand standards is essential—though not all clients understand why.

    In this week’s …

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  • How One Grocery Chain Is Making Marketing Work Better

    February 05, 2018

    The 120-person in-house agency at a natural foods company works hard to promote benefits of healthy eating. Now, they’re doing it more productively than ever before.

    The grocery chain recently redeployed the Workfront Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solution to address process transformation …

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  • Programmatic Options Have In-House Appeal

    January 29, 2018

    Since 2010, the programmatic advertising category has steadily increased in prominence. Indeed, eMarketer data shows that programmatic activity has been responsible for more than 70% of the U.S. digital display market since 2016. And, the dollars involved are significant. U.S. companies will spend …

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  • Meet a Member: Jeremy Brazeal of Coca-Cola

    January 22, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    IHAF member, Jeremy Brazeal, knows a thing or two about leading an internal creative team. As the Group Creative Director at KO:OP, the in-house agency at The Coca-Cola Company, Jeremy was kind enough to offer his perspective on what’s happening in the creative world today and share how he keeps …

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  • Sonic Branding for the Modern Marketer

    January 16, 2018

    I’m not sure when the word “jingle” went from being a popular way to promote your brand with music to a dirty word, but it happened.

    There was a time when having a jingle was important to a brand. When the Oscar Myer jingle, the Klondike song, and others were expected and worked wonders as they …

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