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  1. Tourism New Zealand works in unison with the New Zealand Film Commission and Film New Zealand to capitalise on opportunities generated by blockbuster films to promote New Zealand as an exception travel destination.

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  2. Tourism New Zealand's marketing to Special Interest sectors aims to inspire high value visitors to put New Zealand at the top of their holiday list.

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  3. The Youth sector, aged between 18- 29 years, represents approximately 22 per cent of New Zealand’s holiday arrivals and visitor spend – making it a valuable visitor sector for New Zealand.

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  4. The international business events sector, particularly international conferences and incentives, offers considerable opportunity to attract new high value international visitors to New Zealand. In addition there is also an opportunity to grow visitor value further by encouraging delegates to extend their length of stay or return for a holiday.

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  5. New Zealand's popularity as a cruise destination has skyrocketed in the last few years, with cruise passenger numbers in 2014 almost 80 per cent higher than they were five years ago.

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  6. Capturing greater value from the lucrative Premium sector is an important component of Tourism New Zealand's strategy to grow the number of high-value visitors to New Zealand.

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