Improve & Stimulate Your Business For Years to Come
Host talks, support care facilities and help families to promote you as they share your expertise and treasured resource.
Which One to Use?
WWR IIMF "The Blue Book"
When We Remember: Inspiration & Integrity for a Meaningful Funeral
Some Proven Ideas & Ways to Use:
* Give care facilities a highly relevant and useful gift
"How can I prove my expertise and advertise my services in a tasteful, acceptable way?"
Building and keeping excellent relationships with those organisations in your community you work closely with has always been important for your business.
Distributing half a dozen copies to local nursing homes, complete with your customised dust jacket, has been a top priority for almost all of the funeral directors who have invested in When We Remember. Secure your future as the preferred funeral provider in your community.
* Host community events, or accept invitations to present to community groups
"How can I present my expertise easily, without becoming stressed talking to groups?"
Using the planning chapters at the beginning of WWR IIMF, you have a ready made guide to presenting your skills in funeral directing. Bring some books with you, either for individual sale, or as gifts for those attending.
Some funeral directors have even made use of our pdf version of When We Remember, in order to present visual (and audio) stimulation during their presentations. Too easy. And very professional. Just email us for your copy!
* A real strength of When We Remember is how long it continues to work for you
"You gave this book to my friend and, now my mother has died, I'd like you to do the funeral"
Since first publication, those funeral directors who recognised the benefits of using When We Remember have reaped the ever-growing rewards.
We have chats and emails with funeral directors in different communities and countries, all telling us that more and more frequently, as the years go on, people are turning up on their doorstep requesting funeral arrangements and holding a copy of When We Remember. Literally.
When hearing of a death in the community, people may not be comfortable recommending a specific funeral director to their friend or workmate. But they sure will reach for "that beautiful book with all the poems in it", enthusiastically try to help in time of need with something practical and highly useful.
And after thanking them for the most thoughtful gesture, what's the first question the bereaved person will ask?
"Who was the funeral director who gave you this?"