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On 6-7 May ,we host the annual German (!) archive conference Vereinigung Deutscher Wirtschaftsarchiware.
Author Bengt Jangfeldt found a passage in Russian in a letter from Alfred Nobel to his brother – which shines a completely new light on the life of the Nobel Prize’s founder.
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.
Sweden’s only magazine about business history gets a new editor and an updated form.
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.
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.
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.
It’s time for Christmas food – and so this year’s last issue of Företagshistoria is of course about the food industry.
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.
Arguments from 1939 for using your history in sales activities – which might as well have been from today!