We preserve and present business history, for individual companies and for society at large.
We give depth to stories, strength to brands and energy to organizations.
Office furniture giant Kinnarps converts a previous school into its corporate archive. Our consultants guide the work.
“The Vodka King”, from our publishing house, tells the full story of L O Smith, the man on the Absolut bottle.
clasohlson100.com, which we built for retailer Clas Ohlson, is now available in three more languages.
In December, our Anders Sjöman spoke about history marketing at the ICA SBA conference in Mumbai.
The latest issue of our quarterly magazine is out now. This time, it takes children’s games seriously.
Our Rita Feldman spoke about Sweden’s ad queen Sofia Gumaelius when she visited the content marketing pod KNTNT.
Södra, Sweden’s largest forest-owner association, celebrates 80 years with a new historical website. We wrote the content.
A new book from our publishing division shows the city’s long history of creative businesses.
What demands do the GDPR data protection scheme put on corporate archives?
We’re celebrating 100 years of gadgets in a book built on a century of Clas Ohlson-catalogues.
The history of Ruter Dam, the female leadership- and mentor program, is told in a new book from our publishing house.
We filmed all the presentationas at this years HMS, the conference for companies who work with their history.
Our magazine ICAHUNDRA #1 won the Swedish Design Awards 2017. Our site ica-historien.se won the Publishing Prize.
FIlms of all presentations at the international business archives conference held in April 2017 in Stockholm.
In 2017, we arrange four seminars about the history of Sweden’s food industry.
100 years of innovative pension solutions. One history, told in many ways.
One history, many ways to tell it. We help ICA celebrate 100.
A map and timeline “mash-up”, rich with images and texts, tells the housing history of greater Stockholm.
Our school site Företagskällan has more content – and lesson plans! – than ever.