frequently asked questions
What is your cancellation policy?
Except after standard registration has ended, cancellation requests received within 48 hours of a ticket purchase will be subject to a $250 cancellation fee. After 48 hours of purchasing a ticket, refunds are not available. However, tickets may be transferred to a colleague or we can issue a credit that can be used for to a future event if notifications are received 72 hours before the event. Credits for future summit are valid for up to 15 months, and any additional balance on the ticket price must be paid.
My firm just issued a travel ban. What do I do?
Don’t stress. Travel bans are covered by our cancellation policy: Except after standard registration has ended, cancellation requests received within 48 hours of a ticket purchase will be subject to a $250 cancellation fee. After 48 hours of purchasing a ticket, refunds are not available. However, tickets may be transferred to a colleague or we can issue a credit that can be used for to a future event if notifications are received 72 hours before the event. Credits for future summit are valid for up to 15 months, and any additional balance on the ticket price must be paid.
What events have been cancelled or postponed?
All Kayo events have been cancelled or postponed through the end of May. We realize the Covid-19 pandemic situation is evolving rapidly and it is unclear at this time whether we will be able to move forward with our June events. We will relay any additional information as soon as it is available.
What is included with the registration price?
Registration includes access to all conference sessions, networking breaks, meals, and receptions, unless otherwise noted. It doesn’t include any accommodations, travel, or additional for-cost workshops.
Who should attend a Kayo Summit?
Kayo is a community for women in business, finance, and investing. All are welcome. Programming is geared towards emerging and senior leadership, primarily in areas of business, investing, development, legal, and talent.
How do you pronounce Kayo and what’s the story behind your name?
Kayo, pronounced “kay-O”, is the abbreviation for ”knockout,” derived from Lindsay Burton’s love of kickboxing.
How can I apply to speak?
Good call on your part! Speaking is one of the best ways to get noticed and boost your career. If you have a story, experience, or learning to share, you can apply year-round through our website. Click here to apply.
How do I become a sponsor?
We have sponsorship levels for all budgets and bandwidth. Click here to inquire about sponsorship opportunities.
Where can I find the agenda?
On each event page, we will have a brochure or agenda available for download, depending on where we are in event planning. Full agendas are typically released two to three months prior to the event, though we send topics, panels, and keynote announcements all year long. Make sure you are getting updates via email by joining our event waitlists or downloading the event brochures.
Where can I find room block information?
Kayo reserves room blocks at each luxury host hotel we select for our events (because who has time to worry about being comfortable?) Room blocks are limited and tend to sell out quickly. Hotels are listed on each event page, and “how to book your room” instructions will be sent after you register.
When will I have digital access to the event details?
Attendees should expect to get access approximately one to two weeks ahead of the event, though this will vary slightly per event, to either an app or alternative digital platform that will contain the event details and attendee list.
Where will next year’s event be?
The location of a Kayo event may change year-to-year. Click here for all of our current events.
How can I get my product in front of the Kayo Community?
What is the dress code at Kayo events?
Kayo Summits & Forums adhere to a business professional dress code. For Kayo Retreats, we recommend resort casual attire.
Is press allowed at Kayo events?
All Kayo events are closed to the press.
What is a pop-up event?
Pop ups are smaller, more intimate gatherings with the Kayo community usually held in secondary or tertiary markets. They often cover a specific topic, but can range from museum tours to shopping events to breakfasts to panels. Click here for a list of all our current pop ups.
What if my firm wants to host a pop-up?
We love bringing women together and would love to hear explore your firm’s goals and objectives. If it aligns with our goals too, let’s collaborate on a pop up in your city. Please contact Sarah Lervold at email@example.com.
What is the pop-up cancellation policy?
In the event a pop-up event is cancelled, attendees will be refunded for their purchase.
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