Not long ago a typical condolence book would be made up of a wide variety of (sometimes difficult to decipher) handwritten messages from friends and family. With recent restrictions on travel and attending funerals this has been flipped completely on
In today’s busy world, every business would be lost without the assistance of technology to aid their day to day operations. Where would we all be without the everyday use of apps on our mobile phones and tablets? Apps
Getting ahead of your competitors is a well known obsession of many company directors. The desire to outpace the competition often leads to increased pressure on customer service, sales teams and external agencies. All of these groups find themselves having
The role of the funeral association is to provide support to its members by representing them on both a local and national scale. As with many membership associations, there is often a cost to becoming a member but generally the
The global trend of leaning towards simplicity and sustainability is equally applicable to the funeral industry. In this post we will explore the future of the funeral industry in the UK and some of the implications for Funeral Directors.
Saying the funeral industry is busy right now, is somewhat of an understatement. Rising demand, new government announcements, changing customer expectations, extra paperwork and social distancing requirements are just some of the challenges we’re all facing. Amid all the