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ComplianceOnline Announces Seminar on Clinical Trial Project Supplier Quality Improvement
Date:1/28/2013

rse will be valuable for medical device and drug firm senior executives, directors, managers and those who have responsibility for outsourcing and vendor selection. It can also be beneficial for officials from clinical operations, vendor management, quality and compliance and project managers in the FDA regulated companies.

Date: Wednesday, February 20 (8.00 AM-4.00 PM) PDT and Thursday, February 21, 2013, (8.00 AM- 1.00 PM) PDT

Venue & Location: Grand Hyatt San Francisco
345 Stockton Street,
San Francisco, CA 94108
Registration Cost: $1,299.00 per registration
Early bird discounts: For discounts on early registrations, please click here.
Register by phone: Please call our customer service specialists at +1-650-620-3937 or email to customercare(at)complianceonline(dot)com.

For more information on ComplianceOnline or to browse through our trainings, please visit our website

About ComplianceOnline
ComplianceOnline is a leading provider of regulatory/compliance trainings for companies and professionals in regulated industries. ComplianceOnline has successfully trained over 20,000 professionals from 3,000 companies to comply with the requirements of regulatory agencies. ComplianceOnline is headquartered in Palo Alto, California and can be reached at http://www.complianceonline.com.

For more information please contact:
A Reuben Bernard
Manager of Program Marketing
ComplianceOnline
2600 E Bayshore Rd
Palo Alto CA USA 94303
650-620-3937 phone
650-963-2530 fax
reuben(at)complianceonline(dot)com

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