The biggest convention in funeral service is going virtual this year and we asked Anthony Kaniuk and Troy Blewett to give us an overview of the convention and what we can expect.
Surprisingly, other than the obvious fact that it's virtual, the same opportunities exist for education, CE credits, networking and, of course, the exhibit hall. The staff at NFDA has put a lot of work into making this a great experience for the attendees and exhibitors, and we are all looking forward to it. On this episode we talk about:
1.) What to expect from a virtual NFDA convention
2.) How to get your CE hours
3.) Getting the most value by including your staff that otherwise might not attend an in-person event
Show Notes & Resources
NFDA's Anthony Kaniuk (Director of Industry Relations) and Troy Blewett (Senior Vice President of Communications) explain what funeral directors can expect from NFDA's virtual conference (2:17)
Sponsors will still be able to engage one-on-one with attendees (4:00)
Don't miss out on the stellar breakout sessions, tailored to your interests, to earn CE credits (5:12)
The NFDA conference is a chance to recharge and reconnect with your profession (11:25)
If you're not tech savvy, don't worry: you'll have a chance to preview the platform (12:02)
It might look a little different this year, but the exhibit hall will still provide valuable information to attendees and sponsors (16:30)
Everything at the convention will be recorded and available through Oct. 31 (22:07)
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