Foundation Partners company retreat sheds light on the similarities of Disney World and Funeral Service. They vow that change is coming to funeral service and their bringing it.
If your not already (and I know many of you aren’t!) you really should start following ConnectingDirectors.com on Twitter.
Mr. Christopher Kuhnen of Edgewood, Kentucky. Kuhnen is the Founder, Chief Executive Officer & President of newly established Funeral Profit Protectors, LLC headquartered in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
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The future of funeral service isn’t tied to the growth and innovation of Facebook, Twitter, iPhones, and Droids, pins on Pinterest, tablets, or real-time geolocation check-ins.
In 2011, Reader’s Digest ran an article on how funeral directors try to take advantage of you and your check book. I’m going to copy each of the 22 suggestions, and the comment on each one of them. My comments will be prefaced with an *. This is lengthy, but well worth the read if you want to hear the facts from a person who does this on a daily basis.
That’s how Ryan Thogmartin, founder of DISRUPT Media and Connecting Director’s, described social media during his presentation “Social Media May Be Meaningless” at ICCFA today.
A social media campaign by the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) has yielded a donation of $1,250 to a charity that will directly benefit bombing victims in Boston.
Nothing Is Certain But Death And Taxes…
Death may be certain, but what funeral directors tell you may not be. Reader’s Digest found 20 insider tips for planning a funeral.
Alan, my father and I have agreed your valuation opinion is a fair price and I think we are ready to move forward on his buyout and retirement. But I still have one concern: Given our recent spike in cremation and all the changes in consumer preferences in funeral service, what kind of future will I have in this business? Specifically, will I be able to handle the debt if the business declines and will it be worth as much when I am ready to retire?