Due to the recent coronavirus (COVID-19), our In-House Agency Masters conference has been postponed. If you would like to be contacted once this event is rescheduled, please email Hollis Gesen and we'll be sure to keep you updated. In the meantime, we encourage you to take advantage of our many virtual offerings—detailed in this recent blog post.
Running a successful in-house agency is no small feat. It takes creativity, shared partnerships and proven performance. How do we grow our teams while keeping costs down? How do we become strategic partners to our clients? What capabilities should we add and what should we outsource?
Our In-House Agency Masters conference is a full day of listening and learning as four of the most successful internal agencies in the country share stories of the challenges they’ve faced, the successes they've enjoyed, and the steps they've taken to evolve into vital partners and contributors to the businesses and brands they support.
Conference attendees will gain insight into mastering the art of evolving a successful in-house agency while having ample opportunities to ask questions and network with like-minded peers and value-added providers throughout the day. Join us in New York City on Thursday, April 23—graciously hosted by AT&T.
In-House Agency Masters is open to in-house agency professionals and event sponsors only. Details regarding sessions and speakers can be found here.
What are people saying about our Conferences?
"It was a pleasure to meet the industrious leaders of other in-house agencies. We have so many shared experiences. I look forward to tapping into my new network as I face future challenges and opportunities with our in-house team."
“A true spirit of sharing, collaboration and friendship seems to pervade IHAF compared to many other industry groups in which I participate. People seem to go out of their way to be helpful and add value to the concerns we all share. Plus, the thoroughness of information compiled and shared by IHAF is second-to-none.”
"Great insights from the speakers on how they have had success, and problems, with building their departments, their teams and how they are managing the work."