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Manawatū and the West Coast are taking a tongue-in-cheek approach to attracting visitors to their regions over the summer, with the launch of two new ad campaigns.
CEO Jerry Shearman lays out his tourism priorities for the region.
CEDA plans to spend the $1m awarded as part of the government’s Tourism Communities plan on refreshing its destination management plan, developing capability, marketing to drive visitation in the shoulder season, and product development.
Two events in the Manawatū region received funding from the government’s $50m Regional Events Fund.
The agency will look for funding for two tourism-related developments in the Manawatū.
CEDA’s Linda Stewart calls it a day but she’s proud of what the agency has achieved in tourism.
The Central Economic Development Agency has launched a new How Manawatū Are You spring-summer visitor campaign.
Central Economic and Development Agency is providing tourism and hospitality businesses with a free workshop to help their marketing.
CEDA CEO Linda Stewart calls for a systemic change to the country’s tourism economy.
The Central Economic Development Agency has launched the ManawatuNZ Visual Library, providing a free resource of imagery and videos to help businesses and locals showcase Palmerston North and the Manawatū.
Applications are now open for the new Major Events Fund, helping event organisers to build iconic events right here in Manawatu.
Tourism businesses are among those that could benefit from access to support, advice and resources from a new website that aims to help businesses in the Horizons region grow and flourish.
Several conferences with a combined value at almost $1m have been secured by the Central Economic Development Agency.