COVID-19 coronavirus is top of mind for us all—and your safety is very important to us as we prepare for a successful Data Con LA.
We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation very closely and are regularly tracking local and global developments from the World Health Organization to inform our go-forward plan.
The governor of California has called for a moratorium on large gatherings but that is only until the end of the May, 2020. We are staying in touch with local officials as well our host USC Marshall School of Business and will keep on top of all developments and follow all authority guidelines to keep everyone safe. We will continue to closely follow any updates that come through and inform the community of the same.
At this time, Data Con LA is moving ahead as scheduled. As you make plans to join us, we ask that you please follow the precautionary guidelines issued by the World Health Organization. At the event, we ask that all attendees wash their hands regularly, avoid shaking hands and making direct contact with other attendees. We will have hand sanitizer and hand washing stations throughout. Should anything change, updates will be communicated on the Data Con LA website and all registered attendees will be notified immediately via email and social media.
We have a great conference planned, and we’re looking forward to having you join us in October!