Venue, Accommodations & Fees

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Let the Good Times Roll! The Mississippi River, French flair, and jazz all flow through the veins of New Orleans. Conveniently located steps from the French Quarter The Roosevelt New Orleans hotel defined luxury throughout the early 1900s, and continues to set a new standard of luxury today as a Waldorf Astoria hotel.

The Roosevelt New Orleans
Address: 130 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Phone: +1 504-648-1200

Roosevelt Hotel Front Entrance
Roosevelt Hotel Lobby
Roosevelt Hotel Rooftop Pool

Summit Registration Information

Register By April 2nd For Only $2,895 USD

Multi-Person Discounts: Please email Sue Phillips for details.

Your registration fee includes attendance to the Summit, the Summit manual, a copy of Dr. Adner's book – "The Wide Lens", breakfasts, luncheons, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks and an evening networking reception.

Accommodations

Call: 1 504-648-1200
Web: The Roosevelt New Orleans

For reservations please use the following link: The Roosevelt New Orleans or call +1 504-648-1200 and mention the Stage-Gate® Summit to receive the preferred room rate of $229 USD. The preferred rate is available until March 13th or until our reserved room block has been filled.

Cancellations/Substitutions: You may send a substitute attendee in your place at any time with no penalty (please inform us in advance if possible). Should you be unable to attend for any reason, please inform us in writing no later than thirty business days prior to the event start date for a credit voucher or for a full refund less a $200 US administration fee. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received within thirty business days of the event.

Event Sponsors

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