Company history told beautifully.

Your history is your DNA - defining who you were, are and will be. The real people and real events within it lend your brand real integrity.

We research your history from inception to the present day, partner with you to decide on the key themes and the best way to tell your story and manage the creative process from start to finish.

The result is a powerful expression of your identity that will engage your staff, clients, partners and customers, inspiring them to build your future by making history today.

And because you are writing your history every day, we will update your installation at regular intervals with the latest developments.


'A sophisticated understanding of the past is one of the most powerful tools we have for shaping the future. It serves as a way through management fads and the noise of the moment to what really matters'


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Understanding your strategic objectives is the starting point for everything we do, informing every concept and in turn its execution.


Our researchers delve into the history of your company, from its inception to the present day, revealing its defining themes.


Our award winning creative team are on hand, enabling us to build a bespoke creative solution to fit your company and ethos.


Your graphic history will be a bold and emphatic statement of your identity. You will want to tell people about it. We can help you do that.

The Next Chapter

You are writing the next chapter of your history every day. We will work with you to add new developments, keeping your graphic history fresh and current and providing new opportunities to tell your story.

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Can Historians help shape foreign policy?

Can Historians help shape foreign policy?



Last night we were guests of Chatham House to debate this question in the wake of Theresa May's Lancaster House speech in which she shared a post Brexit vision where Britain's relationships with European and global partners would be driven by its 'profoundly internationalist history and culture'. Is this a harking back to the days of empire? And if so, are Britain’s partners around the world willing to engage with her in this spirit or will they take a more pragmatic approach, pursuing the geopolitical and trading relationships that best serve their national interests? These were some of the questions considered during a wide ranging debate.

One point that concerned us was a sense from the panel that the current generation of politicians takes less heed of the significance and lessons of history when making decisions at home and abroad. If we are to forge Britain’s future on our profoundly internationalist history and culture, surely our leaders need to be well versed in precisely that, and have minds that are open to understanding the history, culture and future direction of other nations too.


By: Emma

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