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Industry Engagement

  1. Tourism New Zealand’s Chief Executive will discuss how tourism plays an important role in a country’s economic and social development at the Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum (ANZLF) in Sydney today.

  2. The i-SITE network has released a Chinese version of their popular New Zealand touring map for the first time this month. The map is designed to support the more than 400,000 visitor arrivals from China each year, providing key targeted driver safety information.

  3. Over the past three weeks we have been providing strategic updates to industry across the country.

  4. The popular Tuku Iho exhibition has been a backdrop for training that has seen around 600 travel sellers from America schooled up on New Zealand.

  5. Golf tourism to New Zealand is seeing significant growth with golf visitors playing 32,000 rounds at marquee courses alone up 17%*. The growth rate is among one of the highest being experienced worldwide.

  6. You’re invited to attend a free webinar where Bryce Kelliher, Tourism New Zealand’s Industry Insights Specialist will share the latest key information and insights about our international visitors. Thursday 12 October, 9.30-10.30am

  7. The number of 100% Pure New Zealand Specialists has almost tripled since a new and improved version of the programme was launched in June.

  8. How do you attract the attention of an Australian holidaymaker thinking of coming to New Zealand? Present them with images of dramatic landscapes and geothermic activity.

  9. New Zealand based travel sellers can now promote their specialist country knowledge in the same way as their international counterparts, thanks to changes Tourism New Zealand has made to its trade training programme.

  10. Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand have renewed a $20m memorandum of understanding for this financial year.

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