Nothing upsets me more when people lie. As a person that was part of the pink slips, I thought this information would help you prove to the PR group your more than just a rumor mill. Here are the exact positions let go:
In 1865, when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theater, no one expected that one of the longest lasting effects of that day to be a boom in the funeral industry.
You must have seen this coming, right? I mean, what average person wants to work with dead people? I find myself pondering this question more and more.
I think I have been complexing the social media game for funeral professionals. When asked the question of “why do I need social media for my funeral home” I believe I have been giving a way to complex multiple point answer.
In the article a representive of the Eisen Agency (who is representing Aurora Casket) calls reports on ConnectingDirectors.com “gossip”.
I believe – and you may as well – that helping and supporting others is a necessary part of your funeral business.” Sarah Bernhardt, who was considered to be “the most famous actress the world has ever known” in the 1870′s once said “It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich.”
A state board that regulates the funeral industry has reprimanded the president of one of the largest funeral businesses in the state, a reprimand expected to become part of a federal challenge the Phaneuf Funeral Home and Cremation Society of New Hampshire have brought against the regulatory board.
I came across a new Kickstarter project yesterday titled: Funeral Director…A Race to Your Final Resting Place. Naturally this peaked my interest.
When creating the app we evaluated a lot of variables like; the benefits of a true mobile app, push notifications, app specific content, and even paid or free app. We are big fans of free content!
The funeral business is usually about 50 or so years behind the times … mostly because our clientele are … well … our clientele are old. The funeral industry discovered the internet like a year ago and we’re still struggling to find innovative ways to apply it to our customer base.