January 09, 2019 | Francis Marion Hotel | Charleston, SC

Regulation, whether self- or legislatively imposed, contains specific requirements and processes to ensure public protection. What happens when those requirements and processes come under increased scrutiny from outside entities? How does a regulator manage to do the job they've been assigned, but also to meet the "needs" of public perception? Can regulators do both at the same time?

Join regulatory colleagues from around the world as they explore these questions in a one-day, workshop setting. Hear from regulatory experts about the impact of public perception on regulatory bodies and ways in which regulators can think proactively to meet increased levels of scrutiny from members, legislators, and the public in general. Come out of the event with a plan you can take back to your organization to meet these challenges head on.

This workshop will be divided between a presentation/training by a marketing professional familiar with regulatory organizations, as well as real-life examples from regulators in the United States, Canada, and Ireland.

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Held in conjunction with CLEAR’s Midyear Business Meetings

Program Location

387 King Street

Charleston, SC


Hotel Reservations

CLEAR has arranged for a preferred rate of $159.00 a night.  Please use the booking link above to make your reservations. We encourage you to make your reservations early to ensure availability.  Rates will be available until December 18, 2018 or until the room block is full.

Please contact Glenn Blind at gblind@clearhq.org or call (859) 269-1901 if you experience any difficulties securing your accommodations.

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