Business Events

  1. International business events, including international conferences and incentive programmes, have the potential to attract high value international visitors to New Zealand.

  2. Tourism New Zealand branched out at the Asia Pacific Incentives Meetings Event (AIME) in Melbourne this week, planting a native tree for every guest hosted at its sustainability-focused breakfast event.

  3. New Zealand will host thousands of international avocado experts in 2023 after winning the bid to host the 10th World Avocado Congress (WAC).

  4. Tourism New Zealand has launched a new project to measure and maximise the lasting benefits generated by conferences for Kiwis.

  5. International business events have delivered half a billion dollars to New Zealand over the past five years.

  6. New Zealand’s popularity is growing as an international conference hosting destination. New data from the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) ranks New Zealand 46th in the world as a conference destination, up five places on 2017, and 12th in Asia Pacific.

  7. The efforts of 31 experts who have secured international conferences for New Zealand were recognised by the Minister of Tourism at an event in Auckland last night.

  8. New Zealand-based associations and their Australian counterparts are planning more joint conferences following a Tourism New Zealand-led workshop.

  9. New Zealand has some of the world’s leading scientific minds, and with the help of Tourism New Zealand, their international counterparts are travelling the world to hear them speak.

  10. Capturing the positive social impact of international conferences was the focus of a workshop hosted by Tourism New Zealand in Auckland last week.

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