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  1. Marketing Activity

    The Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) will hold their annual convention in Wellington 7-12 November, where around 450 North American travel writers, PR professionals and associates, and their partners, will experience attractions and activities around New Zealand.

  2. Marketing Activity

    Tourism New Zealand made another significant step towards growing the business events sector in New Zealand this month by sponsoring the New Zealand stand at IMEX America in Las Vegas during October 11-13.

  3. Marketing Activity

    For the first time, Tourism New Zealand, together with Auckland Convention Bureau, Rotorua Convention Bureau, Skycity, Rotorua Convention Center and Air New Zealand exhibited at the China Incentive Business Travel and Meeting Exhibition (CIBTM), recently held in Beijing, China.

  4. Marketing Activity

    Tourism New Zealand's management of The Ministry of Economic Development's Conference Assistance Programme (CAP) has seen its first success, within two months of administering the programme.

  5. Marketing Activity

    Tourism New Zealand has welcomed the Ministry of Economic Development's decision that Tourism New Zealand will administer the Conference Assistance Programme (CAP) for the next three years.

  6. Insights
    29 Jun 2011

    Inspiring online

  7. Insights
    1 Apr 2011

    Being prepared

    The February earthquake in Christchurch and then the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan have brought home to many of us in the tourism industry in New Zealand the need to have our businesses prepared for radical unexpected external change.

  8. Insights
    23 Dec 2010

    Customer Revolution

  9. Insights

    A lot has been said about the importance of Asia to tourism in New Zealand today and into the next decade. I've noticed, as a sector, we're good at talking about it, but, how much is being done to ensure we get a share of this growing market?

  10. Marketing Activity

    Filming of The Hobbit will go ahead in New Zealand after high-profile negotiations between Prime Minister and Tourism Minister John Key and executives from US studio Warner Bros.

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