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What You Need to Know About Digital Mapping
Through digital transformation, cemeteries can become more flexible, adaptable, and profitable—and digital mapping is the first step.
Discover how digital cemetery mapping can modernize your business by creating an electronic representation of your cemetery–including its grounds, roads, buildings, and gravesites.
Going Green in Death Care
Whilst the sustainability challenges in our sector are plentiful, there are many steps, both large and small, that cemeteries, crematories and funeral homes can take to help limit their impact on the environment.
Learn how you can move towards sustainable change with unique insights and practical steps to a greener way of operating.
Gain Industry Insights in Under One Hour
Dr Hannah Gould, Cultural Anthropologist and member of the DeathTech Research Team talks about death care studies and the inaugural Redesigning Deathcare Conference.
Micheal Lewis talks about the unique and unseen risks in the death care industry and how managing them is critical to keeping everyone safe.
Lisa Herbert talks about Dying to Know Day and the importance of having an after-death action plan and conversation about the inevitable.
Nancy Weil talks about community outreach programs and how funeral homes can benefit from such events.
Neil Amrhein discusses My Goat, commercial lawn mowing technology that can revolutionize cemetery lawn care.
Professor Jon Prangnell talks about the excavation of the North Brisbane Burial Grounds and how they identified the remains of a lady who died in 1863.
Robert Pitt talks about Adelaide Cemeteries’ award-winning cemetery tours, how they’re delivered and the benefits to the cemetery and the surrounding community.
Dr Don Eisenhauer shares the principles of end of life coaching and how his Bereavement Management System can support Funeral Directors in providing aftercare to the families they serve.
Brendan Day discusses how the UK bereavement sector is recognizing the need for change as pressure grows for the sector to reduce their impact on the environment.
Connie Putnam talks about the donation process, the difference donations make, and how funeral directors can work with local organizations to honor a donor’s wishes.
Jeff Zeally discusses the importance of ethics in the funeral profession and how to respond when faced with an ethical dilemma.
Annette Richards discusses how parks and open spaces, including cemeteries, are important for our health and well-being.
Nancy Weil discusses how laughter helps reduce stress, boost your immune system, and provide other health benefits.
Shannah Kennedy shares practical and insightful tips and reasons to prioritise and practice self-care.
Greg Wright talks about the changing funeral profession and the new product trends and options for the modern consumer.