• Seattle, WA
    2300 7th Ave. Seattle WA 98121
  • March 23, 2017
  • 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm (PDT)

In-house creative leaders and managers have distinctive concerns, points of view, issues and challenges. Furthermore, developing and applying a corporate business sense are vital for success in building and sustaining a dynamic in-house creative team. That’s why people came together for an evening of networking and community building among in‑house creative leaders for the InSource In-House Perspectives 3 event held on March 23, 2017, at the School of Visual Concepts (SVC) located at 2300 7th Avenue in Seattle, Washington.

Three featured speakers, along with a follow-up panel discussion, provided practical advice and generated plenty of ideas about in-house creative work. Hafiz Huda (creative director at Amazon.com), Erik Davidson (director, brand and design at Vulcan Inc.) and Kevin Mau (brand and creative strategist at Boeing) shared their insights and lessons learned in applying best practices in their work. Andy Brenits (InSource president) and Nathalie Heywood Smith (InSource director of membership engagement), along with Larry Asher (SVC director), extended a warm welcome to everyone who attended this first-ever InSource event in Seattle.

InSource greatly appreciates the gracious hospitality of the School of Visual Concepts (svcseattle.com) for providing meeting space for this InSource event in Seattle, Washington. We thank all of our global partners and supporters for their generous donation of sponsorships, materials and services to support the work of InSource!

Our highlights video and photo gallery are below. Recorded talks are public until the end of August, then only available to Premium members.

Highlights from InSource In-House Perspectives Seattle

InSource In-House Perspectives Seattle: Erik Davidson

InSource In House Perspectives Seattle: Kevin Mau

InSource In House Perspectives Seattle: Hafiz Huda

InSource In-House Perspectives Seattle: Discussion Panel

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