Technology in Funeral Service and the Evolution of the Obituary: How to Leverage Both to Provide Value-Added Service & Generate Revenue
The Academy of Professional
Funeral Service Practice with Wilbert Funeral Services, Tributes.com, Aurora Casket Company
and Kates-Boylston Publications invite you to a ?Monster? seminar
featuring Jeff Taylor, founder of Monster.com.
Mr. Taylor will share how he forever changed job postings and
the way we search for jobs, and how he has brought all of that
expertise to Tributes.com as obituaries become more prevalent
on the web. This promises to be an informative and interactive
presentation full of valuable information and ideas.
Please join us. You will not want to miss this event!
This seminar will be held October 27, 2009 at 4:30 p.m.
at the Boston Convention Center, Boston, MA
Admission is free, but you must register at www.tributes.com/NFDA2009
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