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Scenes From Ad Age's Small Agency Conference 2013

What You Missed If You Didn't Make It To Our Portland Event This Week

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A packed house attended Ad Age's Small Agency Conference in Portland, Ore., this week, where speakers included executives from everywhere from the National Hockey League to Umpqua Bank. Dan Wieden, co-founder of Wieden & Kennedy, keynoted with "No One Wants To Hire Your Agency," and Laurie Coots, former president of TBWA Disruption Works, explained why every agency needs to do a post-mortem on new-business pitches. And though one panel of agency executives was called "My No Good, Horrible, Very Bad Day," a great day was actually had by all. Here's what you missed.

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