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Read about railroads, how money flows in the music industry and that Christmas wooden buck in Gävle that always burns down.
Norstedts turned 200 – and released a book with 200 examples from the publisher’s long history. The book builds on material from Norstedt’s extensive archive kept with us at the Centre for Business History.
In this year’s first issue of Företagshistoria, we talk about the enterprising women of the 19th century who changed the school system, the history of Polarbröd, the Finnish porcelain manufacturer Arabia – and that all curling stones come from the same Scottish island.
Svenska Retursystem, SRS, started through a unique collaboration between the largest players in the food industry. In a new publication, we tell the company’s history.
SFUB has been active for a full 200 years. A new anthology from our publishing division describes the the association’s history and current activities. Six researchers also describe the development and challenges within the educational field as a whole.
Many may know that Wilhelmina Skogh was CEO of prestigious Grand Hôtel in Stockholm in the early 1900s. But there is much more to tell about this pioneer in the hotel and restaurant industry.
In this year’s last issue: DN’s plans to build a planetarium in Stockholm, the history of the electric advent candlestick and about the world’s oldest bank. And much more!
In the latest issue of Företagshistoria, we talk about the system of British court suppliers, companies that create their own museums and Swedish standardization.
Our latest book is a biography of a colorful person who lived an incomparable life, a human destiny that would be forgotten if it weren’t for a photo album left behind.
New issue of Företagshistoria now out. Learn how Sweden was electrified, then entered the nuclear age. Plus a story about zoo entrepreneurship. And much more!