News archive for Year: 2014

ICA Section for Business Archives 2015 conference – call for papers

The International Council on Archives Section for Business Archives will be holding its next annaul conference on 15-16 June 2015 in Milan, Italy. The themes to be covered in this conference include: – Business Archive advocacy with senior managers– Business Archive community involvement (including academic involvement)– Business Archive management models (trusts, archive centres etc.) for […]

Cataloguing Grants for business collections

The National Archives has announced the awards made under the 2014 round of the National Cataloguing Grants Programme for Archives. Four of the ten projects funded involve aspects of business and industrial history. These are Anatomy of a Traction Merger – the records of GEC Traction (National Railway Museum), National Coal Board (NCB) and predecessor […]

Cataloguing Grants for business collections

The National Archives has announced the awards made under the 2014 round of the National Cataloguing Grants Programme for Archives. Four of the ten projects funded involve aspects of business and industrial history. These are Anatomy of a Traction Merger – the records of GEC Traction (National Railway Museum), National Coal Board (NCB) and predecessor […]

Insight into Coca Cola Archives

A profile of Ted Ryan, Director, Heritage Communications for the Coca-Cola Company, recently appeared in the Economic Times. It offers a fascinating insight into the archives of one of the worlds biggest and most successful brands. Follow the link to read the article in full. http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-11-19/news/56265591_1_brand-coca-cola-company-ads

Crisis, Credibility and Corporate History

The proceedings of the symposium of the International Council on Archives, Section on Business and Labour, held in Basel in April 2013, have now been edited for publication by Alexander Bieri. Published by Liverpool University Press, the volume brings together contributions from archivists and historians from Denmark, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the […]