Very often you’ll find that the finest nuggets of historical gold, and the most engaging stories, are found in your coworkers’ personal accounts. We call it “oral history” and encourage you to collect those through structured interviews.
We help you conduct structured interviews that become valuable cornerstones in your corporation’s source material. “Oral history”-interviews help us catch personal reflections from people who were an active part of your company’s history. They bring context to the pieces we otherwise try to puzzle together.
You decide whether to seal the interviews for an extended period of time (normally 10 – 20 years) or whether to make them immediately available for research and for your own history marketing-activities.