Creedy Chosen as First Guest by Directors’ Exchange Radio Program
Podcast Features Discussion on Critical Skills Necessary for Business Survival
Alan Creedy, chief strategist at Creedy & Company, was selected as the first guest on the Directors’ Exchange radio program. During the hour long conversation, Creedy and Directors’ Exchange host Ray Aikens discussed the tough business decisions that funeral directors currently face. In their lively exchange, they explored the future of the profession and debated ways to improve funeral service. The interview may be accessed on the Funeral Radio website – http://funeralradio.com/directors-exchange/is-the-funeral-industry-at-a-cliffs-edge/
Directors’ Exchange is an on air forum that features commentary from leading funeral industry analysts, practitioners and thought leaders. It examines the forces and trends impacting industry growth and profitability. It is part of the Funeral Radio family, a network of original content audio programming created for funeral professionals.
“I am a great follower and admirer of Alan Creedy,” commented Aikens. “Alan is well-known in the funeral profession as a visionary who brings a unique perspective and intellectual commentary to any discussion. I have come to find him a valuable resource and consider it a great honor to have Alan as my first guest to provide his observations for tackling the challenges faced by all funeral service practitioners.”
“When Ray first called to ask me to be a participant on his program, I was delighted to do so,” said Creedy. “When I learned I was to be his first guest, I was truly honored. Directors’ Exchange’s goal of becoming a forum for continuous improvement and professional development is a cause for which I fully endorse. I am touched that Ray selected me for his initial interview.”
About Creedy & Company: Headquartered in Raleigh, NC, Creedy & Company is a Business Advisory Service founded by Alan Creedy in 2008. His hands-on industry experience enables him to quickly analyze core problems, develop and prioritize solutions and implement strategies for quick turnaround. For more information, visit www.funeralhomeconsulting.org.