Industry Engagement

  1. We know this is a challenging time and Tourism New Zealand is here to support the tourism sector how we can.

  2. On 2 June 2020, we held an industry webinar to provide an update on our domestic activity and the Tourism Advisory Support Service.

  3. In this webinar we presented the findings from our domestic sentiment study that tells us Kiwis' views on holidaying at home. Listen to learn how to use these insights to ensure your business is best placed to tap into the New Zealand market.

  4. We have an important role to play in 2021-22 – in the recovery of the tourism sector and the recovery of New Zealand.

  5. Tourism New Zealand’s purpose is to enrich New Zealand by maximising the contribution of visitors, we deliver this by maximising the impact domestic and international visitors have across the four wellbeings of nature, society, culture and the economy.

  6. Need business advice or support? Qualmark is operating an advisory service to support tourism businesses as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19.

  7. Twice a year we invite the tourism industry together to share our strategy and activity with you, discuss key issues and opportunities and hear from you.   Registration is open for our upcoming engagement hui that are taking place at the end of June.

  8. Learn about the latest activity in Australia including information on the new 'Stop Dreaming About New Zealand and Go' campaign and the go-to-market plan encouraging Australians to answer the call of New Zealand.

  9. Our offshore trade teams have been working hard to keep New Zealand top-of-mind with our international travel sellers while our borders remain closed.

  10. When New Zealand came out of its first lockdown in May last year, Mark Morrison Director of WildWire Wanaka who run the world's highest waterfall cable climbs above Lake Wanaka, assumed like the rest of New Zealand that inter-regional travel wouldn’t be possible.

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