ANNUAL CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS
Earn up to 17.5 continuing education credits
More than 500 exhibit booths with extended expo hours
Exhibiting with free food & drinks throughout in the expo hall
35+ breakout sessions on topics that most affect your business
Networking luncheons and receptions
KIP Awards presentation
ICCFA Annual Meeting of Members
ICCFA Annual Memorial Service
Make More Sales
The ICCFA develops its Convention & Exposition with you in mind. We work hard to attract the best prospective customers and keep them in the Expo Hall.
A remarkable 97 percent of our attendees have a say in their companies’ purchases, with nearly two-thirds holding final purchasing authority. And because our attendees represent many of the most successful companies in this industry, more than half are from firms that own and operate multiple locations ... so your sales extend beyond a single facility.
The ICCFA Convention & Exposition is continuously the highest rated trade show in our industry. We were even mentioned in the trade publication Exhibitor Magazine as a "highlight of the exhibition experience."
We will work closely with our suppliers to make sure your needs are met prior to, on-site and following the Expo. In addition to higher attendance, this year's Expo will provide you with:
Non-competing exhibiting hours
Up to 19 hours of productive networking opportunities with the industry's top buyers
Continuous food and beverage service throughout all Expo hours
Expo in the same room as General Sessions
Educational programming designed specifically to bring in owners and managers, the decision makers you want to meet
The most reasonably priced booth rates among industry trade shows
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association is the only international trade association representing all segments of the cemetery, funeral service, cremation and memorialization profession.
Founded in 1887 as the Association of American Cemetery Superintendents, the organization was created by a group of 18 cemeterians whose goal was to improve the appearance and operations of their properties. Throughout its first century of operation, the association grew in size and mission and underwent several name changes, but it remained a national cemetery-only organization. In 1996, the association became the International Cemetery and Funeral Association, expanding its membership to include funeral homes and other related businesses and extending its reach beyond U.S. borders. In 2007, “Cremation” was added to the name to more accurately reflect the operations and goals of its membership.