Brad Cornelius

In uncertain economic times, businesses with long histories of success and strongly established ties to American culture stand out above the rest. Many are household names, but many others who have made significant contributions to America’s global economic success remain underappreciated. Companies, both large and small, can benefit from clearly defining their past and incorporating it into the process that defines their corporate identity today.

Now is the time to uncover, document, and preserve your company’s rich history for current and future generations of employees and clients. So whether you need a corporate exhibit or museum, a video presentation for a corporate anniversary event, a book-length history, archival preservation, or oversight for an oral history project, the Corporate Historian can meet your needs.

Illuminating the historical trajectory of your company will let people know where you are headed, and provide employees and clients with the loyalty-inspiring confidence that you will maintain and surpass your previous accomplishments.

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