A panel discussion on “Communicating the value of business archives to our stakeholders” with Torkel Thime, Yuko Matsuzaki and Tim Schantz.
A panel discussion on “Can I see your history? The expectations of researchers on business archives” with Erik Rau, Vrunda Pathare and Susanna Fellman.
A panel discussion on “Sharing corporate stories with the larger public” with Fredric Karén, Lars Ilshammar and Deirdre McParland.
Fredric Karén from Svenska Dagbladet about digitizing everything the paper has ever published.
Lars Ilshammar from the National Library of Sweden on how digitization changes how library works and how it views itself.
Jean Seaton, Professor of Media History at the University of Westminster, and Official Historian of the BBC, on “whose job is it to save history anyway?”
Professor Ben Wubs of the Erasmus University in Rotterdam talks about how companies use – or don’t! – their own history.
Cai Yingfang from the State Archives Administration of China, talks about Chinese business archives in the age of big data.
Amelia Allsop from the Hong Kong Heritge Project (HKHP) introduces the business archives landscape in Hong Kong.
Carina Kloek-Malmsten, director of the IKEA Museum, talks about the benefits of a corporate museum for organizations.