FrontRunner today announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with Funeral Solutions Group to rapidly provide new innovations to the funeral profession.
On this episode we talk about off center caskets on display, 3D printed urns and a humorous WTF shaggin’ wagon.
While it’s never easy to tell customers they can’t afford something, it can be downright heartbreaking for professionals working in the funeral industry. But now, thanks to a new alliance formed by five financial service organizations, those types of conversations don’t have to ever occur.
Founder Collective and Boston Seed Capital bet on death tech and Balter’s vision that, “Death is the New Wedding.”
“Let’s face it, Graveyards are rarely visited, and they’re pretty damn spooky. Cremation is rising, religious views are changing and the taboos around death are falling away.”
On this episode I answer questions about funeral homes doing FAQ videos, how to manage time and why I do a show with potatoes.
Allan Brand and Arthur Middleton have spent months combining a cast iron casket with a souped-up engine from an old Rover. They now hope their “Grim Ripper” car can set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest motorised coffin.
Seeking a way to help differentiate itself from other funeral homes in the area, Vander Plaat-Vermeulen Memorial Home has selected DISRUPT Media to coordinate its social media strategy and content management. Using their proprietary FUNERAL Social Design Process, DISRUPT Media is helping Vander Plaat-Vermeulen to not only raise awareness for the firm, but to help distinguish the funeral home from the other firms in New Jersey that have the word, Vander-Plaat, in their name.
FrontRunner Set to Officially Launch Wyland TributeArt at the 2016 ICCFA Convention & Expo in New Orleans
TributeArt Inc will launch an exclusive line of fine art bronze Tribute Sculptures by world-renowned marine life artist Wyland at the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) annual convention, April 13-16, in New Orleans. The new line of finely crafted, individually made memorials embody the timeless spirit of Wyland’s majestic marine life with the same attention to detail and soaring quality of the artist’s finest gallery works.
What happens to you after death? We expect that our loved ones will grieve, someone will say consoling words to our family and friends, and perhaps there will be a party with fond toasts to our memory. But what becomes of our remains?
Many Facebook profiles announce their owners have passed; they are “memorialised”. The profile is emblazoned with the word “remembering”, and they stop appearing in public spaces, like People You May Know or birthday reminders.
But not all Facebook users who have passed away are memorialised.