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A trip down memory lane was one of the highlights of last week’s Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual conference in New Plymouth.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has opened registrations for its 2021 conference in Hawke’s Bay.
The two-day 2021 Holiday Parks New Zealand conference and trade exhibition kicks off this morning in Blenheim.
The conference, set to attract approximately 600 leaders from across New Zealand, will be held on 21-23 July 2022.
Trade expo event to be held at the Marlborough Events Centre in Blenheim on 4-5 August.
Around 400 medical experts expected to attend.
Around 200 economic development delegates are at Economic Development New Zealand 2021 conference at Palmerston North.
Auckland has won a bid to host the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting for the Epilepsy Society of Australia, which is set to generate 1,000 visitor nights and inject more than $415,000 into the local economy.
More than 100 delegates are forecasted to travel to Taranaki for its Regional Business Partner Network Conference.
A roll call of New Zealand’s top tourism leaders are in Queenstown for the University of Otago’s Tourism Policy School.
The Festival for the Future conference, would be held over multiple days with more than 1200 delegates.
A boutique hotel and conference centre in Blenheim, Marlborough Vintners Hotel, has been put for sale by its founding owners.
However, the association has rebooked the same venue, The Devon Hotel at New Plymouth, to hold the 2021 event.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has cancelled its Discussing Tourism – Communications event, as restrictions over the Covid-19 outbreak take hold.
The University of Otago’s second Tourism Policy School has been confirmed for 19-20 March at the Heritage Queenstown.
New Zealand tourism representatives are attending this week’s Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) in Melbourne.
Attempts to boost dispersal are being hampered by global trends, says a new study.
Kapiti Island Nature Tours founder, John Barrett, is among speakers who will address the theme for this year’s conference, 20:20 Vision: New Perspectives on the diversity of Hospitality, Tourism and Events.
Auckland has secured the four-day TENCON conference, which will bring more 600 delegates to the city in December 2021.
Low pay and a lack of career progression were the main concerns raised by members at yesterday’s Young Tourism Export Council conference in Auckland.
Young industry professionals are converging on the Grand Millennium Auckland today for the Young Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual summit.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chief executive Judy Chen presented aspects of the NZ industry’s sustainability efforts to more than 500 delegates at the Australian Tourism Export Council’s annual conference in Brisbane this week.
Napier will be the host city for the Eventing the Future 2020 conference next year.
After more than a decade’s absence, the agency is taking its trade event back to LA as air connectivity with the United States takes off.
The annual Conventions and Incentives New Zealand conference will be held in Napier in the Hawkes Bay in 2020.
Delegates were welcomed to CINZ Conference 2019 with a welcome function at Gibbston Valley Winery in Queenstown on Tuesday evening.
The NZICC has secured the 61st Annual Meeting and Congress of the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists in 2023.
NZ’s $558m business events sector is seeking quotes for the Business Events Research Programme contract.
New Zealand has won its bid to host the 10th World Avocado Congress in 2023.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre has added another event to its 2022 calendar after winning hosting rights for the 18th Australasian Tunnelling Conference.
The event will bring the owners and staff from the network of 77 full member visitor centres across the country to Southland next year.
Next year’s Tourism Summit Aotearoa is moving to Auckland.
Industry and government reveal their top priorities as a new issue with an “old” area of concern rears its head.
The state of New Zealand’s tourism industry, iwi involvement in the sector, overtourism and sustainability are among the issues under scrutiny at this year’s Tourism Summit Aotearoa.
The city has landed next year’s NZ Cruise conference and MEETINGS 2021 at Te Pae.
A lack of basic cruise services means Auckland is missing out, according to an industry panel.
However, convincing the public of that is a big challenge for the cruise industry, says CLIA chair Adam Goldstein.
The inaugural Tourism Tech Expo at Queenstown attracted around 100 delegates with seven start-ups pitching and presenting to investors and operators.
New Zealand tourism technology start-ups have great potential to go global, says one of the country’s leading angel investors.
The NZ Cruise Association’s 2019 Conference in Auckland on 22 -23 August has shifted venue to the Aotea Centre on Queen Street.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual conference will be held in New Plymouth next year.
Christchurch will host the 2021 annual conference of Australia’s home-based travel agent network, TravelManagers.
Hundreds of the country’s tourism suppliers and ITOs are attending TECNZ and NZ Māori Tourism conferences this week.
Tourism New Zealand has rescheduled all 19 famils that were postponed as a result of the Christchurch mosque attack in March, with the trips now set to take place before the end of the year.
We can’t have the joint turning into Cancun or Bali, says Air NZ’s CEO.
A panel of industry heavy-hitters spoke at Tourism West Coast’s annual Celebration of Tourism event held at the West Coast Events Centre, Shantytown, yesterday.
Registrations have opened for Conventions and Incentives New Zealand Annual Conference and AGM being held at Queenstown from 29 to 31 October.
Around 270 holiday parks professionals were in Wellington last week for the Holiday Parks Conference 2019.
Associate tourism minister Peeni Henare, Tourism New Zealand’s new chair, Jamie Tuuta, and Department of Conservation boss, Lou Sanson are all on the bill for this year’s Holiday Parks Conference which starts in earnest today.
The Department of Conservation has picked four rangers to attend the World Ranger Congress in Nepal on 12-16 November.