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Industry Engagement

  1. Tourism New Zealand welcomes the opening of consultation on the Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy announced by Government today and encourages industry to participate in the process.

  2. The i-SITE Visitor Information Network and Department of Conservation (DOC) have met to discuss how the visitor experience can be improved through a more cohesive service.

  3. Tourism New Zealand has announced plans to evolve the 100% Pure brand, take an active role in helping regions grow by $1 billion per annum*, and ensure that growth is sustainable and enriches New Zealand.

  4. Following a record summer for international visitor arrivals, the majority of New Zealanders remain positive about the impact of tourism and overall sentiment has slightly improved, according to the latest Mood of the Nation research released today.

  5. The latest Kiwi Link Korea and Japan trade events have helped Kiwi operators connect with buyers to promote their products and the broader New Zealand experience.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

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

  9. 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.

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