Shouldn’t your company have a permanent record of its history?
We are offering a half-hour session to explore avenues for preserving your company’s history utilizing that history to set your company apart and, as a bonus, key into employee loyalty.
Isn’t it so true that listening to someone talk about their business is often more riveting than reading about their business? Oral history recordings give the founder or leader of the company the opportunity to relate those small—but oh-so-interesting—details and emotions that don’t often make it into the written accounts of history.
Are you rehashing the same marketing tactics?
With oral history accounts in hand, you just need a little imagination to create marketing campaigns that pop, capture the imagination, and personalize your business.
Has your company branding captured your employees’ excitement?
Oral history accounts give your business a face and, when presented to employees, freshens their outlook and pride in the company.
Have you developed a meaningful research archive?
A company’s oral history provides a detailed look at the past, and this often proves quite valuable for reference and perspective as leaders make major decisions about the company’s future.
Also, because we view oral histories as solid historical accounts, business students are encouraged to seek out these business histories, as they offer personality and emphasis in ways that books simply cannot.
We use the most modern technology to preserve our oldest form of storytelling.