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An afternoon of agency ideas and inspiration

• Join 60 agency leaders for an afternoon of idea-sharing and problem solving
• Hang out in a secret Shoreditch “treehouse loft”
• Friday March 22nd 2019 / 1pm – 6pm / Shoreditch Treehouse, EC2A

When you run an agency, the best people to learn from are often other successful agency leaders.

That’s why we’re gathering the Agency Hackers community for an afternoon of ideas-sharing and “show and tell” – in a secret garden loft in the heart of Shoreditch.

You will meet agency leaders with practical, original things to share about systems, agency growth, processes, staying focused and more. You’ll hear what they have to say through a series of informal Q&As.

This is a great opportunity to step away from your business for the afternoon, mix with like-minded agency leaders, and pick up some new ideas to inspire you and inform your thinking.

Some of the ideas you’ll hear

Convivio’s   Steve Parks  will show you the management dashboard he created. He uses it to “see the wood for the trees” – reducing stress and overwhelm when managing his agency.

Convivio’s Steve Parks will show you the management dashboard he created. He uses it to “see the wood for the trees” – reducing stress and overwhelm when managing his agency.

Arthur London’s   Katie Horvath  will share her approach to using events to win new business. (A lot of agencies try to do this and screw it up – Katie will explain what she does differently.)

Arthur London’s Katie Horvath will share her approach to using events to win new business. (A lot of agencies try to do this and screw it up – Katie will explain what she does differently.)

Revium Group’s   Brett Davies  will give you some ideas on how your agency can monitor and corrects its culture. Revium runs a quarterly engagement survey for all our employees – he will show you last year’s key trends, and explain what changes really ‘moved the needle’ for staff AND clients.

Revium Group’s Brett Davies will give you some ideas on how your agency can monitor and corrects its culture. Revium runs a quarterly engagement survey for all our employees – he will show you last year’s key trends, and explain what changes really ‘moved the needle’ for staff AND clients.

Agency Hackers ’  Ian Harris  (um, me) will show you how to use stories from your industry to build an audience of people who will do business with you. If you’re wondering what to do with your email newsletter, this will give you some ideas.

Agency HackersIan Harris (um, me) will show you how to use stories from your industry to build an audience of people who will do business with you. If you’re wondering what to do with your email newsletter, this will give you some ideas.

The Venue

I discovered the Shoreditch Treehouse when I went to a concert there. (That’s me sat in the swing!) I thought it would be great for Agency Hackers, so I asked if I could hire it.

I discovered the Shoreditch Treehouse when I went to a concert there. (That’s me sat in the swing!) I thought it would be great for Agency Hackers, so I asked if I could hire it.

This event takes place in the Shoreditch Treehouse – a bonkers penthouse ‘treehouse’ in the middle of Shoreditch. (Keira Knightley used to live there!) It’s tucked away off Curtain Road, and we’ll share the exact address when you book.

What people say

Agency Hackers often runs events for agency leaders, and they always happen in unique, interesting venues. After every event we send out a survey asking attendees what they thought and how we can improve. The feedback is always very positive – the last event in The Ned’s underground bank vault had an average satisfaction score of 4.6 out of 5 – which is not bad!

Here’s some quotes. (I would tell you who said them, but I made the form anonymous so I didn’t capture that!)

“Interesting speakers, great atmosphere, no fools.”

”Great chance to meet other Agency/business owners and speak openly about issues of the day”

”Highly usable content. Relaxed but focused atmosphere. Met good people I can follow up with'“