It is a truth universally acknowledged that the funeral profession works better together.
The results from extensive research on contemporary death rates pre-COVID, the impact of the pandemic, and what this means for the future of deathcare may surprise you.
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The greatest challenge facing funeral homes today is learning how to make profitable cremation arrangements.
The past two years have seen a transformation in the way consumers talk about death and deathcare services, particularly online.
For many people, CANA’s 2020 Cremation Symposium would be the final in-person industry conference they attended for months.
We are beginning to see a much-needed shift in the way our profession thinks about, talks about, and sells cremation services to families.
Plans look great on paper because they reflect what we know we should do. Execution can be difficult because “working the plan” demands discipline; sometimes the plan requires us to be leaders, and leading can be hard.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to increase the average number of deaths in the United States by 494,000 in 2020 and 445,000 in 2021, according to the 2021 Cremation and Burial Report, released by the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA).