News you can Use
In our continuing desire to keep funeral service professionals up to date on what is happening in the industry, we bring you these sources of information which may be of information to you. Have a great weekend.
NFDA “A Brush with Death” podcast series — Podcast #25 brings you the “Class of 2021”. In this podcast four members of this year’s mortuary science graduating classes from around the country share what they have learned and what they anticipate their careers will encounter as they move into the profession.
Wilbert— Wilbert continues to fund the Wilbert EDU series. This is a series of educational webinar seminars that they offer to death care professionals free of charge. CEU’s are available to qualifying participants. Click here to see a menu of their upcoming offerings.
Clifton Larson Allen is offering complimentary webinars in the coming weeks. Here are a couple of informative seminars that you can participate in that may be of interest to you.
- What an investor needs to know about potential tax law changes.
- Developing trends, cybersecurity preparedness, and managing the unsuspected breach.
Deathcare Decoded — Deathcare Decoded explores trends in the death profession, uncovering valuable insights through conversations with industry thought-leaders. Their mission is to bring forward-thinking education to death care professionals.
Hosted by Justin Crowe, Founder & CEO of Parting Stone, and Alexandra Jo, Culture Manager at Parting Stone. Click here to learn more about Deathcare Decoded and their menu of available podcasts.
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Update–This morning we told you about the TikTok Mortician. Here’s a little something I saw about TikTok just this morning after that article published. . . Thought it might interest you. . . :
ByteDance — the Chinese tech firm that owns TikTok — reported 2020 revenue of $34.3B, up 111% YoY. It’s valued at ~$400B in private markets but could be much more once public.
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