Forbes 1 Apr 2020

"The Need Is Bigger Than Ever" - A Virtual Funeral Company's Sudden Spike In Business


In the fourth episode of Forbes Firsthand, Kyle Fogarty, cofounder of funeral webcasting company Midwest Streams, describes the overwhelming growth in business due to the pandemic. To keep up with demand from funeral directors around the country, Fogarty and his team have expanded in an attempt to provide services quickly. With many families and friends looking to attend funerals from a safe distance, virtual funerals seem to be a solution that might outlast the outbreak of COVID-19.

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