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A World-Class Webpage for A Growing Business

October 29, 2015 • Bruce Weindruch

Welcome to the new and improved

I’m delighted to share our new site for several reasons and I suspect that anyone who spends time reviewing it will agree why.

First, this site is our most visually inspiring to date. It showcases the great work The History Factory team has produced for our clients over the last 35 years. Some of our best work can be seen in the exhibit designs for HarperCollins Publishers, the executed concepts for Little League Baseball’s anniversary and the award-winning corporate publications for TimeWarner Cable and Lockheed Martin.

Second, clients can better understand the depth of our expertise not only in our creative services, but also in our archival management. The resources found within each section — from whitepapers to blog posts — demonstrate our unique perspective about the importance of corporate archives and the role they play in corporate storytelling.

Third, I’m most pleased that we have profiled all of the team members who contribute to every aspect of our client relationships. It is this talented group’s hard work that keeps us at the top of our game and helps us continue to be the leader in heritage management.

Lastly, we have been a heritage resource for dozens of world-class organizations and that perspective is now reflected in our web presence. This is incredibly important as we continue to grow and expand.

Take some time and get to know the team, our archives and content solutions and our creative solutions. I hope that, you too, will enjoy what you see.



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