Funeral Industry Press Releases
Thacker Caskets and Kates-Boylston Publications are teaming up to offer a free webinar on how funeral professionals can increase profits while best serving their customers.
Kates-Boylston Publications is holding numerous events in November and December, but funeral professionals need to sign up soon to get the best deal.
The Legacy Funeral Home Directory launched two years ago and is already the top destination for people searching for funeral homes today.
Foundation Partners Group (FPG), a leading provider of innovative funeral, cemetery and cremation experiences, has announced that with the completion of five acquisitions this year, the company’s ShareLife® offerings are now available to more than 10,000 families nationwide that will be served by a FPG location in the coming year.
The new Certified Pet Crematory Operator Program (CPCO), a collaboration between the International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories and the Cremation Association of North America, is designed to ensure that business owners and their employees have the most current crematory operations training available in the market today.
The Order of the Golden Rule Foundation, the charitable arm of The International Oder of the Golden Rule is throwing a party in Philadelphia, Monday evening October 24, 2016 after NFDA’s International Convention & Expo’s opening day.
To recognize the achievements of funeral directors from outside of the United States who have fulfilled specific professional development criteria, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has created the International Professional Achievement Certificate program.
On August 1, all eligible NFDA members who have a valid, unique email address on file with NFDA received an email with their individual voting credentials and instructions on how to cast a ballot. Eligible voters who do not have an email address on file with NFDA will be receiving a post card with their individual voting credentials and instructions on how to cast a ballot.
Earlier this year, funeral service vendors and suppliers had an opportunity to submit a product or service that became commercially available after January 1, 2015, for consideration in the 2016 NFDA Innovation Award competition. A distinguished panel of funeral directors evaluated the 26 entries and selected six finalists:
Batesville experts will demonstrate a variety of innovative offerings that support the funeral director’s walk with families, including new oversize caskets that are essential for today’s larger consumers, cremation products with unique personalization elements, merchandising systems to help families make more informed decisions, and technology that makes it easier for funeral homes to manage and market their business.