Registration is open for the New York “Managing Change” roundtable, hosted by Adobe at the New York Society of Security Analysts, on Wednesday October 8th, 2014.

As you may have read (or realized) recently, in-house creative teams are on the rise. If you are in the New York Metro Area, then won’t want to miss this event on Wednesday October 8th, 2014, as we discuss the challenges and successes our in-house teams are having managing the growth of our workloads, teams, and overall business accountability.

Our roundtable on this topic in Seattle was an overwhelming success, and is also scheduled for Phoenix in September. We’re very excited to bring it here to New York.

This is a great opportunity to meet and network with your fellow in-house creative leaders. Seating is limited. Please use the promo code “Earlybird” to save $10 off of the normal $35 registration cost. Lunch will be provided. For more information about this roundtable contact Robin Colangleo.

Eventbrite - InSource NYC Roundtable: Managing the Constant of Change.

About InSource Regional Roundtables

InSource is dedicated to bringing together in-house creative business leaders to share best practices, network with colleagues, and elevate the value of in-house creative organizations everywhere. InSource’s roundtables are open discussions focusing on a single topic.

Discussions during our roundtable events hit on topics relating to real-life challenges and best business practices, which have always been at the heart of InSource. We have expanded to reach thousands of creative professionals around the world through online channels and local events.

The topic for our 2014 regional roundtable series is “Managing the Constant of Change: Preparing for the Growth of Your In-House Teams.”

To host an InSource roundtable event in your city, please contact us for more information.

Value of the InSource Network

The real value of InSource is in the shared experiences of our members. InSource is the medium where your ideas can germinate. We serve as the platform for aggregating best practices in the art of managing and leading inhouse creative teams. Nowhere else is there a resource solely for creative leaders and business managers. It’s no longer lonely at the top. Now you can network with others who share your passion for excellence and have walked a mile in your shoes.