Questions & Answers
Q: I registered but now need to cancel. What do I need to do?
A: If you are no longer able to attend, please send a cancellation email to the GCAB Program Team so we may cancel your ground transfers, hotel, and meeting registration.
Q: I registered but can't go now. Can I send someone else in my place?
A: This invitation-only meeting is exclusive to you and may not be transferred. Invitations are password protected and pre-assigned, and should not be forwarded.
Q: What expenses will Cisco cover?
A: Cisco will cover the room, and tax associated with your hotel accommodations over the program dates (three nights maximum). Incidentals and additional room nights will be at your expense.
Q: How do I get from to/from the Resort at Pelican Hill?
A: The Resort at Pelican Hill is 10 miles from the John Wayne Airport (SNA) and 50 miles from Los Angeles International Airport. Return flights on Wednesday, May 9 should be scheduled after 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time (8:30 p.m. for LAX) to ensure sufficient transfer time to the airport.
Ground transportation for customers will be arranged and paid by Cisco for arrivals on May 6 and 7, and departures on May 9 and 10 only. A transportation and hotel confirmation will be sent approximately 10 days prior to the program.
Q: Can I arrive before or after the program?
A: If you would like to add additional nights, the Cisco nightly room rate is $455 plus applicable taxes. This rate is offered three days prior to the program and three days afterward, subject to availability. Cisco is unable to guarantee availability and recommends that you book as early as possible.
If you want to stay additional nights not included in the drop-down menus, select the closest dates and put your preferred check-in and check-out dates in the Hotel Request/Extended Hotel Dates box during registration. We will respond to you as soon as possible. Please do not call the hotel directly.
Q: What is the attire?
A: Average temperatures will range from a high of 67°F to a low of 57°F. We advise bringing a light jacket for variant interior temperatures. Jeans are acceptable and encouraged for daytime meetings.
Q: I'm a customer and would like to bring a guest. Is that possible?
A: Because of the exclusive participation of GCAB, you are welcome to bring a guest at your own expense, however, we are unable to extend an invitation to your guest for the meeting and evening activities. Participants will be paired with Cisco executives for both the Monday and Tuesday evening dinners.
For any additional questions about the hotel, travel, visas, or the program, contact the GCAB Program Team.