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ChristchurchNZ picked the agencies to lead work on the city’s destination management and new place brand plans.
ChristchurchNZ has launched a hunt for a supplier to develop destination management and place brand strategies for the city and wider area.
A free wifi service will launch in central Christchurch, aimed at making the city a desirable place for locals and visitors and to support the local tourism sector by attracting events and conferences.
Seven major murals are being created across central Christchurch as part of the Flare Street Art Festival.
ChristchurchNZ has appointed Alison Adams chief executive of the economic development and destination marketing body.
Partnerships and collaborations are a priority for ChristchurchNZ’s new tourism boss.
ChristchurchNZ GM of destination and attraction Loren Heaphy says more than 50 events are on the books for Christchurch over the next two years.
The biggest stimulus for the city’s visitor economy will come from major and business events, says ChristchurchNZ.
Loren Heaphy, general manager of destination and attraction at ChristchurchNZ, on shifting perceptions, welcoming an Australian audience, and the potential of the domestic tourism market.
More than 81% per cent of respondents to a recent survey of Canterbury businesses reported significant financial effects from Covid-19.
Christchurch businesses impacted by Covid-19 have just been given a $200,000 leg-up by Christchurch NZ via a new business support subsidy.
ChristchurchNZ’s Loren Heaphy on the impacts of Covid-19, the city’s recovery package, and the importance of togetherness in a crisis.
The inaugural South Island Moon Festival is to be held in Christchurch in the spring shoulder season, with the new event designed to eclipse the city’s February Lantern Festival.
Caroline Blanchfield is leaving ChristchurchNZ after eight years to join GCH Aviation Group.
Christchurch’s leaders and Air NZ have partnered to boost the city’s visitor economy.
Christchurch’s excellent conferencing facilities and its exciting and evolving central city will be in the spotlight this month.
ChristchurchNZ has appointed Loren Heaphy its new general manager of destination and attraction.
A thriving hospitality scene, brand new retail precincts and booming hotel sector are proving a hit with visitors to the South Island’s largest city.
Christchurch’s spectacular summer saw record-breaking tourist numbers inject more than $3.6 million in our region’s economy, with February tourism spend up 20 percent from the previous month.
Central city businesses have reaped the benefits of thousands of people visiting the annual lantern festival in the heart of Christchurch.
Two international China experts will speak at this year’s South Island Lantern Business Forum – aiming to help businesses take a strategic view of opportunities presented by the China market.
One local Christchurch hotel owner is counting down the days until the Golden Oldies come to town, confirming record bookings for the month of April.
The 11th Intecol International Wetlands conference will be held in 2020, and is tipped to attract around 1,000 academics, researchers and experts from around the world.
More than 5,000 participants will take part in sports festivals during a month-long celebration of fun, friendship and fraternity.
Christchurch has jumped six spots as a preferred destination for Australian visitors.
A successful Christchurch economy is critical to Canterbury and national GDP, making government investment to complete the rebuild a must.
The rise of Airbnb’s popularity in Christchurch has seen guest nights in the city bounce back to near pre-earthquake levels.
Two well-known South Korean actors have hit Christchurch with their children to film a reality television show that will be broadcast to millions.
The Christchurch i-SITE’s successful move into the restored Arts Centre has seen the visitor centre win at the i-SITE network’s annual conference this year.
The editor of The Press newspaper has been appointed the new CEO of ChristchurchNZ, the city’s new promotion and economic development agency.
CPB Contractors, owned by Australia’s CIMIC Group, has secured the contract to complete the design and build the $240m Christchurch Convention Centre.
Christchurch has won an international bid to host the Australasian Animal Studies Association Conference next year.