Sarasota, Florida April 2020 Conference – Postponed

- POSTPONED

CSS has been active in taking measures to ensure we continue to provide the highest levels of service possible to our clients and prospective clients while minimizing health risks to CSS team members and their families.

As more cases of Coronavirus are confirmed globally, and to protect the health and well-being of CSS’s guests, clients, partners and team members, we have made the difficult decision to reschedule the upcoming CSS Compliance Conference in Sarasota, Florida originally planned for April 27-29, 2020. We are committed to hosting this event at a time when travel conditions make it feasible and will communicate all updates regarding our new conference dates in a transparent and timely manner. All Sarasota registrations can be applied to the next CSS conference.

We recognize that the Coronavirus outbreak brings uncertainty in many forms. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at info@cssregtech.com, and we will work to get you the information you need.

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