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TNZ webinar series

Tourism New Zealand is running webinar sessions with industry over the coming month and we invite you to be involved.

100% Pure New Zealand campaign: 19 June, 4pm
Marketing Communications General Manager Justin Watson will discuss how the 100% Pure New Zealand campaign is tailored to individual country markets and share the thinking that is driving which segments and sectors Tourism New Zealand targets in each market.

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South and South East Asia: 26 June, 4pm
Mischa Mannix-Opie, Regional Manager for South/South East Asia, will provide an overview of Tourism New Zealand's market plans for the financial year ahead.  This will cover campaign themes, PR and trade development activity in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India and the emerging market of Indonesia.

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Evolving newzealand.com: 3 July, 4pm
Websites Manager David Brem will provide a non-technical update on the work underway to enhance the newzealand.com user experience. Learn about our user research which is driving change and how the website will continue to showcase the best of New Zealand and turn consumer desire into action.

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*All webinars are hosted by General Manager Tourism Operations Paul Yeo

Here is what to do -

  • Once you've clicked the 'click here to register' link you will be taken to the registration screen for that session. Once you have registered you will be sent a confirmation email to the email address that you registered with.
  • Please keep the email safe as it will contain a link that you will need to join the session. A phone number will also be provided so you can dial in to hear the presentation.
  • Webinars will run for approximately 60 minutes, with time allowed for questions.
  • Please note there is a cap of 200 for each webinar session. If you try to register and the cap has been exceeded you will receive a notification by email.
  • If possible, it is recommended that you access the webinar using Internet Explorer.
  • Any questions please contact comms@tnz.govt.nz