HSBC have announced the launch of a new history website that explores the financial organisation’s unique heritage since its initial foundation in 1865. The website explores over 150 years of the organisation’s history and draws upon their extensive archive. The website was launched on 6th July 2021 and will enable access, research, exploration and discover of the history of HSBC.
The website has a number of features to help explore the history of HSBC, including a collections search tool. In addition there are virtual tours and online exhibitions that explore a diverse range of topics including HSBC’s pioneering women and the role of HSCB in banking innovations. The website will create an opportunity for customers to engage and connect with the brand identity and immerse themselves in the HSBC story.
To discover more please visit the website here.
The website is being managed by and shared via the PastView platform.
The PastView platform has been built and developed specifically for the needs of the cultural heritage sector, providing tailored solutions and opportunities for the management and showcasing of born digital and digitised collections. For more information please visit the website here. The History Website is being managed by and shared via the PastView platform developed by TownsWeb Archiving and drawing content directly from the active digital preservation platform - Preservica.