The Cemeteries & Crematoria Association of NSW Sydney Conference, May 14-15 2020, is now just over a couple of months away. If you're planning to attend don't leave it to the last moment.

We're also pleased to acknowledge a few more additions to the growing list of speakers and presenters.


Here are some of the speakers we've lined up for the conference...

  • Martin Jackson:  “Successful Transformation in 2020:  Your Pathway to De-Risking Operations and Increasing Efficiency”

    Martin Jackson: “Successful Transformation in 2020:  Your Pathway to De-Risking Operations and Increasing Efficiency”

    Martin’s presentation will provide you with an understanding of the critical risks in running unsupported and poorly supported systems. He will outline what are the essential system and security best practices you should insist on and provide you with practical advice on how to start your transformation.
  • Michael Williamson, OpusXenta:  “An Online Marketplace for the Death Care Industry”

    Michael Williamson, OpusXenta: “An Online Marketplace for the Death Care Industry”

    In this brief presentation, Michael will provide an update on the latest innovation from OpusXenta, with particular focus on the recently released Byond portal solution. Byond offers the industry an integrated trading platform that enables online bookings between funeral homes and cemeteries along with a range of other services.
  • Chris Brown, Glory Marble & Granite:  “Industry Update”

    Chris Brown, Glory Marble & Granite: “Industry Update”

    As the Sydney manager for Glory Marble and Granite, Chris looks after all the daily running of the company. His presentation will provide an industry update. 
  • Estelle Muspratt: “Insights and Understandings – The work of the Office of Australian War Graves”

    Estelle Muspratt: “Insights and Understandings – The work of the Office of Australian War Graves”

    The Office of Australian War Graves (OAWG), implements Government policy for the perpetual commemoration of Australian veterans whose post-war deaths are accepted as being due to their war service.
  • Dr Bjørn Nansen:  “The Future Cemetery – some preliminary findings”

    Dr Bjørn Nansen: “The Future Cemetery – some preliminary findings”

    Bjørn Nansen is a member of the DeathTech Research Team, a group of anthropologists, social scientists, and human-computer interaction specialists based at the University of Melbourne working to understand the intersection of death, technology, and society in the 21st century.

 

Subject to the usual disclaimers, click here for the current list of speakers.

 

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... there is much more to come.  

 

 

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