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.
On 6-7 May ,we host the annual German (!) archive conference Vereinigung Deutscher Wirtschaftsarchiware.
Why was Alfred Nobel so sad? Author Bengt Jangfeldt, while researching a coming book on the Nobel Family, found a letter that explains a lot.
Our gift this holiday is a book about Childhood 20 years. It’s our present to the foundation and its founder, Queen Silvia, for her 75th birthday.
In 2017, Swedish food retailer ICA turned 100 years. In a special anniversary magazine, ICA now summarizes how it worked – and the strategic benefits of a well-executed anniversary campaign.
New book from our imprint Business History Publishing: ”Shape living for the better: The first 100 years of Electrolux”.
Jacob Wallenberg, chairman of Investor, shares how the family company views and uses its history.
The four-year-long project “Gendered spaces” (or “Bekönade rum”, in Swedish) began in the fall of 2016. It’s time for a half-time report.
Films of over 30 companies sharing how they use their own – authentic! – history for business purposes. Or as we call it, history marketing.
For over 125 years, Ericsson has done business in and with China. Ericsson-veterans Lars A Stålberg and Per-Olof Björk tells more about this lasting relationship in a special interview.
Arguments from 1939 for using your history in sales activities – which might as well have been from today!
It’s time for Christmas food – and so this year’s last issue of Företagshistoria is of course about the food industry.
Behind Pixar’s digital masterpieces are troves of analog sketches, paintings and sculptures. All is kept in the corporate archives, explains Pixar’s senior historian Christine Freeman.
Anders Sjöman will lead panel discussion on history marketing at annual Trademark Day, 24 Jan 2019.
A new anthology from Business History Publishing describes the developoment of the Swedish tax system over 100 years.
Professor Catherine Schenk from Oxford is project manager for UPIER, looking at the finance industry’s use of history.
Office furniture giant Kinnarps converts a previous school into its corporate archive. Our consultants guide the work.
We filmed our seminar about the demands that GDPR puts on – specifically – business archives
Professor Bengt Jangfeldt is hard at work with a book on the Nobel family’s unique industry history in Russia.