My composition summarises the history and the development of the Goldberger Textil Factory from the opening of the blue dyeing workhouse to the closure of the vertical company, highlighting a new management related aspect. I engage in the technique of the tradition of blue dyeing, then I outline the background circumstances that made it possible for the jewish Ferenc Goldberger to settle down and to constitute a workhouse in Óbuda in the 18th century. After that I introduce the small work’s growth in chronoligical order, from generation to generation until the vertical company, which is crucial from the viewpoint of magagement, and I deal with the period between the two World Wars in detail, in which the factory flourished. I close my thesis with a project that on the one hand deals with the successful management of the Goldberger Textil Collection which opened in 2013 and saves the deserving memory of the factory and on the other hand is complemented with the extensional opportunities of the current exhibition referring to its content and its finances and with the outline of its visual appearance