Join Synergy WorldWide September 3-5 in Rome, Italy, for Europe’s largest event to date. Let the 3,000-year legacy of this ancient city inspire you to reinforce the foundation of your business, making it stronger and sturdier than ever before. It’s time to take Synergy to the next level. Are you in?
Join us September 3-5. Your business will never be the same!
|Thursday, September 3|
|16:00 – 20:00||Registration
|20:00 – 22:00||Welcome Reception
|Friday, September 4|
|10:00 – 13:00||General Session I
|13:00 – 15:00||Lunch (on your own)|
|15:00 – 17:30||General Session II
|20:00 – 22:00||VIP Reception
|Saturday, September 5|
|10:00 – 13:00||General Session III
|13:00 – 15:00||Lunch (on your own)|
|15:00 – 18:00||General Session IV
Space is limited, so secure your spot as soon as possible. Click here to Register
You must include all personal information requested during online registration. The card that’s on file with your Synergy account will be charged when you have completed the registration process. If you would like to charge registration to a card that is not on file with your Synergy account, please call Customer Service promptly upon submitting registration to give them the correct card information.
|Early Bird||Until April 30||€59|
|Regular||May 1 – June 30||€89|
|Regular||July 1 - July 31||€129|
|Onsite||September 3 – 5||€149|
Cost is per person and includes access to all events at the Summit. Hotel and transportation are not included. Refunds are subject to a €15 cancellation fee. Cancellations after July 31st are non-refundable. Tickets are non-transferrable.
There are dozens of hotel options near the Auditorium Parco Dell Musica in Rome. We’ve scouted out a handful of options that are less than 1.5 miles from the event venue ranging from 5-star accommodations to 3-star accommodations. Please book your hotel promptly as rooms may fill up quickly.
More than 2,500 years ago the Ancient Romans began calling Rome the Eternal City. They believed that despite the rise and fall of other empires, Rome would live on forever. So far, this has proven to be true. Rome’s slow but steady growth is the result of much patience, labor and the accumulation of societal advancements, including concrete, paved roadways and bounded books, to name a few.
This ancient city has a dense past, drawing history buffs from all over the world to its monuments, squares, museums, catacombs, and synagogues. Like many modern global cities, Rome also draws lovers of fashion and fine cuisine. Stop for a bite to eat at a streetside café and enjoy mouthfuls of authentic spaghetti alla carbonara or fettuccine alfredo.
As the hub of Catholicism, Rome is a sought-after destination for many religious and non-religious tourists each year. The pope resides in Vatican City located in the heart of Rome. In the Vatican City you will find St. Peter’s Basilica, St. Peter’s Square and Michelangelo’s La Pietá, gaining a real sense of what it felt like to live in Rome 500 years ago.
Globally, Rome is most recognized for its vast collection of famous artwork and its unforgettable architecture. Often, both art and architecture are combined into one prolific masterpiece, such as The Sistine Chapel, an iconic building with grand ceilings that were painted by Michelangelo. This unprecedented masterpiece changed the course of Western art forever. Of course, you cannot leave Rome without seeing its 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Vatican, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Trevi Fountain.
The city’s deeply rooted past will keep you exploring millennium-old streets from sunrise to sunset. Join us as we learn more about Rome’s history all while making history of our own!
Summit attendees will be awed as they enter the 3,400-square meter, 2,800-seat Sala Santa Cecilia (Santa Cecilia Hall), located in Northern Rome’s Auditorium Parco Della Musica. The Parco Della Musica finished construction in 2002 under the direction of its Italian architect Renzo Piano. A few years after its grand opening, the auditorium became the most visited musical facility in Europe with one million guests in one year.
While excavating the site where the auditorium would be built, workers found the remains of an Italian villa and oil press dating back to 6th Century B.C. The artifacts found on site were preserved and are now on display in the auditorium.
Santa Cecilia Hall is an acoustical engineer’s masterpiece and was built to host symphonies on its 336 square meter stage, allowing room for an entire orchestra and chorus. This grand room is structurally sound proofed, keeping out any noise from the auditorium’s other halls.
This sophisticated concert hall is the perfect meeting place for Synergy Europe’s most looked forward to event of the year.
Q. Do I have to be a Synergy Team Member to attend the Summit?
A. To attend the 2015 Summit, you must register and have an active Synergy account in any month between January and August 2015. Qualified Team Members may also invite guests to register and attend.
Q. What is the dress code for the Summit?
A. Dress for most activities is business casual. For the Recognition Evening, many like to dress up (cocktail dresses for ladies, jackets and ties for men).
Q. Does the Summit registration fee include the flight to Rome?
A. No, everyone is responsible for their own airfare to the Summit.
Q. Which airport should I fly into?
A. Please fly into Fiumicino (Leonardo DaVinci) – FCO.
Q. Do I provide my own transportation from the airport to the hotel?
A. Yes, you must provide your own transportation from the airport to the hotel. If you need suggestions, please refer back to the hotel accommodations page.
Q. What dining options are available near the Parco Della Musica?
A. There are many restaurants within walking distance, ranging in price. There is also a restaurant and bar located inside the venue.
Q. Is my registration transferable?
A. Registration is non-transferable.
Q. Can I cancel my Summit registration?
A. You can cancel your registration, but there is a €15 cancellation fee. Registration is non-refundable after July 31, 2015.
Q. Do I make my own accommodations?
A. Yes, you are in charge of making your own hotel accommodations. There are many options surrounding the Auditorium Parco Della Musica.
Q. When is the last day to register for the Summit?
A. July 31, 2015 is the last day to register for the Summit online or over the phone. Registration will be available onsite depending on availability. Register today for the best price and a guaranteed spot at the Summit!
Q. What is the weather in Rome like in September?
A. The average temperature in Rome is 21° C / 70° F
Q. What transportation options are available in Rome?
A. Metro (Subway or underground), taxis and buses. Please click here for more information.
If you have any additional questions, please contact a Synergy Customer Service agent.
The Race for Rome promotion is based on fundamental business-building principles that will reward your Synergy business long-term and help fund your trip to this year’s Europe Summit in Rome, Italy. Recruiting, personal rank advancements and personally sponsored rank advancements will fuel your point total each and every month. And new to this year’s Summit promotion, you’ll have the opportunity to collect points by earning SLMsmart and 2x2 promotion bonuses.
From January 1 – August 31, 2015, Team Members throughout Europe will race to finish in one of the Top 125 spots to earn cash toward their Summit trip*. We’re rewarding 25 more Team Members with this promotion than we have in previous years!
Week to week, Team Members will be able to track their progress on the blog to gauge just how hard they need to step on the gas pedal! Points will be updated weekly.
How do I earn points?
Yes, there’s more! In addition to earning cash for being in the cumulative Top 125 you can earn high-value Apple products, Summit registration and Synergy items for being among the Top 10 point earners in any given month between January 1 and August 31, 2015.
Top 10 Monthly Prizes:
Good luck in your pursuit to rake in points and earn your way to the Top 10. We can’t wait to see you in Rome!
Race for Rome FAQ's
Q: When will I receive my reimbursement?
A: Team Members who place in the Top 125 and earn cash toward Summit 2015 must be registered for the event before midnight on August 31 to receive their earnings with September 2015 commissions.*
Note: Team Members must be present at the Summit 2015 event to keep their earnings. Those who register for Summit 2015, but do not physically attend the event, will have their earnings deducted from future commissions payments.
Make it your mission to be one of the few who goes to Rome with an extra 1,000 euro in your pocket. There’s no better time than the present to secure your position at the top!
Q: How will I claim/receive my monthly prize?
A: Hotel accommodations and registrations will be booked each month after the Top 10 winners are confirmed. Customer Service agents will call winners to confirm shipping addresses, and prizes will be shipped upon confirmation. Good luck in your pursuit to rake in points and earn your way to the Top 10.