New Zealand

  1. 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.

  2. In today’s environment it’s easy to get caught up in price wars to attract customers, but is this really necessary or are you simply cutting your revenue?

  3. Tourism New Zealand’s latest industry survey asked over 650 tourism businesses what their outlook was for the next 6-12 months, including measuring employment and how they’re evolving to the challenges facing the sector as a result of COVID-19.

  4. Tourism New Zealand has been asked to help kickstart domestic tourism to help the sector get back on its feet. Find out what we are doing and how you can get involved.

  5. Tourism New Zealand’s strategy, long-term focus and updates on domestic and international campaigns were the focus of recent events held in Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Wellington and Rotorua.

  6. Renowned New Zealand comedians Madeleine Sami and Jackie van Beek have teamed up to release a summer tune, all in the name of supporting domestic tourism.

  7. COVID-19 has increased the value New Zealanders put on face-to-face meetings according to new research conducted in the Business Events sector for Tourism New Zealand. More than half of respondents (56%) said they appreciated the importance of face-to-face meetings more now than pre-Covid-19, up from 39% in our May 2020 survey.

  8. This month, the experts from Stuff are joining us to discuss what a great news story looks like to them, including what makes a story go viral and how to pitch a story. Tourism New Zealand's PR team will then detail how you can leverage our content partnerships.

  9. Tourism New Zealand’s latest research into Kiwis' sentiment and perceptions towards travelling in New Zealand reveals that 71% of us are looking to take a holiday in New Zealand within the next 12 months, up from 64% in the last research released in May.

  10. Tourism New Zealand is on the road again in October talking to you about the work we are doing and our longer-term strategy.

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