Middleton, WI — Tribute Technology is hosting a two-day interactive session in Nashville this summer focused on the latest technology trends available to the funeral profession.
Trend ReCON will be held June 1-2, 2023, at The W Nashville. Attendees will enjoy a trip to Music City while obtaining expert insights on upcoming shifts in funeral service, one-of-a-kind speakers, the opportunity to connect with other funeral leaders, and exclusive offers available only in person at the event.
Featured speakers include Tribute Technology CEO Charlie Cole, Tribute Technology Chief Customer Officer and MKJ Marketing Chief Strategy Officer Courtney Gould Miller, and Tribute Technology Innovation Lab Lead Zack Garbow.
“We are taking the best of what we do at Tribute Tech and bringing our expertise to one of the most exciting cities in the U.S. Attendees will walk away with tremendous insights, including changes they can make right away when they return home,” Cole said. “Many funeral directors are apprehensive about adding new tech to their workflows, but I believe there is no need to fear technology when it can make your firm more efficient — for a very affordable cost.”
Attendees will receive answers to the profession’s most pressing questions, including: How do Gen Xers differ from Baby Boomers and why does it matter? How can software make it easier to manage a business? How can changes to your obituaries increase traffic to your site and enhance your image in the community? What is Chat GPT all about and how can it be used in funeral service? What are the latest ways to help families and increase your business through your website?
“Coming soon, we will be announcing additional speakers and thought leaders from both inside and outside the profession. We are also ecstatic to bring together thought leaders from both independent funeral homes and consolidators to share their best practices, along with fantastic content,” Gould Miller said. “At Tribute, we believe everyone has something to learn and something to teach. At Trend ReCON, you will get the best of both worlds.”
The W Nashville is in the Gulch area of downtown Nashville — an upscale neighborhood enjoyed by locals and tourists alike — surrounded by restaurants, rooftop bars, and shopping. Guests only have to walk a few minutes to experience all the sights and sounds of Lower Broadway, widely considered to be the global epicenter of country music.
Space for this event is limited. Those interested in attending are encouraged to sign up quickly at this link: https://www.tributetech.com/recon-2023. Any press or media inquiries about the ReCON event or Tribute Technology can be sent to [email protected].