With all the amazing, interesting and sometimes even strange funeral traditions around the world, it’s safe to say these cultures can inspire us when it comes to funeral personalization.
And as a funeral home employee, we know you’re always looking for different and unique ways to help your families celebrate life. So why not broaden your horizons and learn about the ways other cultures celebrate their loved ones?
What Your Funeral Home Competitor Hopes You’ll Never Discover: The Ultimate Do-It-Yourself Funeral Home Marketing Strategy
Local funeral homes just got their wakeup call: Funeral Futurist Robin Heppell launches his best training program to date: The go-to reference and resource for marketing and advertising for Funeral Homes – the Funeral Marketing Blueprint – Home Study Edition.
“It felt like I was underground, buried in a casket,” she said. “It was surreal. It was just silent for hours. Nobody came. And my phone had died.
While keeping her subjects’ identities anonymous, she records the stages of death, including autopsies and cremations, in quiet detail.
Smartphones are designed with all sorts of neat hidden features you might not have discovered yet. We understand that funeral directors have busy, hectic lives and might not have time to explore all the different tools and settings available on their phone.
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) and the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) have again partnered to co-host the 2015 CANA & NFDA Cremation Symposium, which will take place February 4-5, 2015, at the Tropicana Hotel Las Vegas. CANA and NFDA are teaming up to present educational sessions that will offer creative and practical strategies.
If you’re at a loss for how to store the ashes of your loved ones after cremation, one cremation supplies store is offering a novel solution: a 3D-printed urn in the shape of a head. And not just any head — these urns are custom made, using 3D modelling, to be a portrait of your loved one; or, if you so choose, a celebrity
n a prepared statement, Joe Raver, CEO of Hillenbrand, Inc. and Kim Ryan, President of Batesville, acknowledged that Batesville entered into an agreement with Matthews International to settle an ongoing legal case dating back to 2010.
Facebook’s News Feed is where members spend a majority of their time. It’s where people go to catch up on what’s happening with friends and find content they value most.
Here are a 3 tips for creating fan-pleasing Facebook Posts.
One of the main reasons people come to Facebook is to see what’s happening in their News Feeds. Our goal with News Feed has always been to show people the things they want to see. That’s why we often look to people on Facebook to tell us how we can improve. As part of an ongoing survey we asked hundreds of thousands of people how they feel about the content in their News Feeds.