Tourism New Zealand and Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) have re-signed for a fifth year a Memorandum of Understanding.
Chinese travel trade reps head back to Kaikoura for the first time after the 7.8m quake.
This year Luxperience is offering hosted buyers five exclusive famils to New Zealand.
Christchurch has won the rights to host two major international conferences in 2017 and 2018.
New Zealand announced the introduction of a formal business events advocacy program at the inaugural New Zealand Business Events Awards dinner last night, held by TNZ and partners Auckland Convention Bureau (ACB) and Air New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand says there has been extensive interest in the GST-back offer for Australian businesses.
Tourism New Zealand is holding a series of seminars across Australia next month to explain the changes to the GST-back offering.
Tourism New Zealand today announced Australian entities can now claim back the goods and services tax when holding business events in New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand has launched its new trade website.
Tourism New Zealand will kick off its campaign to promote NZ as the complete cycling destination at the Cycling Australia and SBS Bike and Lifestyle Show from 19 – 20 October.
New Zealand’s business tourism industry is holding its biggest ever trade show this week, with record numbers of buyers and exhibitors scheduled to attend MEETINGS 2013.
Event organisers and key decision makers wanting to attend New Zealand’s MEETINGS 2013 are being urged to apply online to secure a place in the popular hosted buyer programme.
The New Zealand business tourism industry is getting set to stage its biggest ever trade show and expectations are high it will result in millions of export dollars flowing into NZ’s economy.
The New Zealand business tourism sector’s showcase event, Meetings, returns to Auckland in 2012, with organisers predicting it will attract one of the largest turn-outs ever.
TRENZ, New Zealand’s premier international tourism trade event, will return to the Southern Lakes region next year, the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) has announced.
New Zealand Prime Minister and Tourism Minister, the Rt. Hon. John Key, is once again set to open the New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference in Auckland on May 12, 2011.
Tourism operators are queuing up to put their businesses on the world stage at TRENZ 2011, taking place in Queenstown, in the heart of the Southern Lakes region.
In a bid to woo Australian visitors, TV’s Amazing Race host and NZ native Phil Keoghan has signed on to be an ambassador of the region earlier this year.
As the meetings and incentives market has picked up internationally, New Zealand is firmly back on the map as a destination as MeetingsNZ opens in Auckland.
The New Zealand government has announced plans for a new national convention and exhibition centre as the country chases large-scale business events.