Ad Age's Small Agency Conference: Last Day for Early-Bird Special

Conference Will Offer a Mix of Inspiration and Practical Advice

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Crossfit Founder Greg Glassman at the 2014 Small Agency Awards, talking about building the ultimate passion brand.
Crossfit Founder Greg Glassman at the 2014 Small Agency Awards, talking about building the ultimate passion brand.

Advertising Age's Small Agency Conference will be held in Boston this year. Each year, nearly 300 senior leaders, creative teams and other players from the agency world gather to tackle the topics they face.

Some of the topics to be included on this year's agenda:

  • Retaining talent
  • Maintaining culture
  • Crafting killer campaigns
  • Winning new business
  • Putting technological breakthroughs to use

Each year, Ad Age presents a mix of inspirational and practical content. Last year's conference included CrossFit CEO Greg Glassman, who talked about building the ultimate passion brand; Charlie Paulette, the chief sales and marketing officer for Shiner Bock beer, who addressed the challenge of getting big without selling out; and Lisa Colantuono, co-president at search consultancy AAR Partners, who talked about snagging new business.

The day will be capped with our annual Advertising Age Small Agency Awards show, in which we recognize the best agencies and work in the business from among over 400 entries.

The early-bird deadline to register is Friday, June 5 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Register Now.

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