Starting today, April 12, FEMA is now accepting applications for financial assistance related to funerals, cremations, and interments for those who died from COVID-19.
We are beginning to see a much-needed shift in the way our profession thinks about, talks about, and sells cremation services to families.
Inspired by the enthusiasm of its members, the Cremation Association of North America decided to host the 103rd Annual Cremation Innovation Convention in-person this August 11-13, 2021 in Seattle, Washington.
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.
With COVID-19 dominating our news cycles, changing our daily routines, and heavily impacting the funeral industry, here’s a look at how different industry leaders across the country are handling the pandemic.
Rolf Gutknecht knows that templates are not the most important part of your marketing strategy, because “for a marketing program to be clever, contemporary, and inviting enough to gain your audience’s attention, it requires meaningful thought, understanding, listening and … creativity.
Now the Cremation Association of North America Crematory Operations Certification Program™ (CANA COCP™) provides best practices in Alkaline Hydrolysis (AH), too!
As millennials age, they are engaging more with the funeral process, whether as a secondary decision-maker for extended family, or even navigating the death of a parent.
You may already be assisting clients with the loss of their beloved family pet or may still be contemplating what it would look like to add these services to your existing offerings.
At MKJ Marketing’s recent Mastermind event in Nashville, I spoke with three leaders in our industry about the trends they’re seeing in their markets. Here’s what they had to say.