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Dear members subscribers of The Exchange

 

The Exchange, the weblog of the BHC, is now part of our website (https://thebhc.org). We migrated the blog to serve our membership and interested parties best since Blogger is discontinuing its email service. Note that this will be the last message we will send from Blogger.

 

The Exchange was founded by Pat Denault over a decade ago, and it has become an essential channel for announcements from and about the BHC and from our subscribers and members. Announcements from The Exchange will come up on the News section of our website as they did before. However, if you wish to receive these announcements via email, and you have not done so yet, please subscribe to The Exchange by:

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  1. Or go to the “News” section of our website's homepage (https://thebhc.org/), and click on “The Exchange” to subscribe. Press Subscribe once you are in the blog’s page.


  1. Click here https://thebhc.org/exchange and press Subscribe.


We apologize for the non-working links in previous notifications. We appreciate your patience and hope that you subscribe and continue to follow us. If you would like to further support the BHC or renew your membership, please click here: https://thebhc.org/jointhebhc.

 

Thank you,

Paula (web editor) & Shane (web administrator)

The Business History Conference

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