It’s April 1, 1891. Twenty-nine-year-old William Wrigley Jr. founds his namesake company in Chicago. … Read More
Founded in 1818, and largely successful thanks to generations of loyal customers, Brooks Brothers has a brand that's steeped in heritage.
Our work with one of the world’s leading law firms is rooted in a long relationship with legacy
firm Hogan & Hartson.
We developed a world-class exhibit for HarperCollins Publishers' global headquarters, featuring renowned authors and historic achievements from nearly two centuries of publishing.
The bicentennial campaign supported both a brand launch and the company’s recovery from the financial crisis.
We helped Little League Baseball develop a master plan for their 75th anniversary campaign, Little League—Big Legacy.
For more than 15 years, we have partnered with Subaru of America on a wide range of heritage-based initiatives.
Everyone knows Photoshop. The product has become a verb, and nearly every image we see—magazine ads, fine art photos, movie posters—has been touched by Photoshop.
Our integrated centennial communications plan for Lockheed Martin led to a rich Story Bank, a successful print and digital advertising campaign, and an award-winning publication.
After decades of growth through mergers and acquisitions, there was no clear understanding of the company’s history. We codified the organizational history and expressed it in story-driven communications aligned with the Time Warner Cable brand.
First engaged nearly a decade ago to support an advertising campaign, The History Factory has continually worked with Edward Jones, one of North America’s most-awarded financial services firms.