Every business has expectations based upon past experience which owners and managers use to develop budgets, plan manpower, and project cash flow — but we have entered a period when all of the norms have evaporated, making every day an adventure and a challenge.
It’s our duty at The Funeral Leader to bring our followers the latest industry news and events. COVID-19 doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon, and many professionals in our industry are feeling overwhelmed. Here’s a round-up of recent articles depicting what’s happening across the country.
In light of the recent resurgence of COVID-19 across the United States and the world, the CANA 2021 Cremation Symposium has been postponed to February 9-11, 2022.
As part of its most recent report, the Cremation Association of North America studied data that was collected from 15 states from March to August this year, focusing on the beginning of the pandemic. The data was collected from each state’s vital statistics department.
After a year of restricted travel, it’s about time we take a trip. MKJ Marketing will be conducting our two most popular seminars in February and March of 2021.
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As a crematory owner, there are already so many things on your mind — is your equipment working, are your staff following procedures, and most importantly … can families trust you?
Our panel of experts will be sharing the best ways to adjust your marketing and operations to stay profitable through our new series: The Leader Briefing.
When you are presented with multiple options, but you just settle on the first or second without making an informed comparison, you are selling yourself short.
What are virtual arrangements? Essentially, it’s the skill of making arrangements like you do in person with families — but now online through live video conferencing.