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The inaugural Destination: Digital event being held today at Auckland’s Wētā Workshop Unleashed has sold out with 160 delegates attending.
Blenheim has been selected as the host for the Global Cities New Zealand Conference next year.
The event aims to bring the region’s tourism whanau together to rethink, reinvigorate and challenge the state of the West Coast’s tourism offering.
Around 800 – 1,000 international delegates will converge on the city in 2026 over five days.
ACB, part of Tātaki Auckland Unlimited, also supported another 203 opportunities during the period, which could add an additional $65m to the region’s economy.
SIT research manager Dr Sally Bodkin-Allen says some delegates have chosen to extend their visit to explore the south.
Dunedin is using its reputation as a knowledge hub to encourage more conferences and events to come to the city.
More than 1,000 delegates are converging at Te Pae Christchurch today for the Water New Zealand Conference and Expo 2022.
The industry is struggling with what could be a substantial gap between supply and demand this summer.
Wellington’s reputation as a business events destination is on the rise, with the region seeing an increase in market share in the June 2022 quarter of 30% year-on-year for all conferences.
A new agreement to help engage more Māori tourism businesses is also in development.
Economic development professionals will converge on Christchurch next week for the Economic Development New Zealand 2022 conference.
Workforce training, sustainability and future strategies will be hot topics at the Business Events Industry Aotearoa’s 46th AGM and annual conference in Hawke’s Bay next month.
More than 80 multi-day conferences are lined up for Wellington’s Tākina, including one event that will take place before its official opening.
Youth travellers spend more on average than Australian visitors and it is their lifetime value that is the real benefit.
Wellington will host New Zealand’s first Life Sciences Summit Life Sciences Summit on 22-23 March 2023 at Shed 6.
More than 100 people are expected at the conference in Auckland next week, which is based on the theme of embracing high-value youth within the rebuild of tourism.
Rotorua and Invercargill will host the next two Tourism Export Council of New Zealand annual conferences.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has opened registration for its 46th AGM and Annual Conference at Napier Conference Centre in Hawke’s Bay from 4 – 6 October 2022.
IT consulting and support business Both Brains has signed on as a silver sponsor for the upcoming Backpacker Youth Adventure Tourism Association Conference at Rydges in Auckland on 25 – 26 August.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand brought the curtain down on its 2022 annual conference and tourism trade expo with a Survivor-themed party on Thursday night.
Up to 300 delegates are expected in Auckland next year for the Massage & Myotherapy Australia 2023 National Conference.
The 8th IWG World Conference on Women in Sport will bring more than 1,200 in-person delegates and 500 speakers to Auckland this November.
More than 260 delegates are expected at the 2022 Tourism Export Council of New Zealand Conference and Tourism Trade Expo beginning in Nelson today.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Maximum Occupancy relaunches in New Zealand next week with around 400 delegates expected.
The Backpacker Youth Adventure Tourism Association conference has welcomed back Tomahawk as its gold sponsor for its 2022 conference.
The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons has chosen Ōtautahi Christchurch for its Annual Scientific Congress to be held in May 2024 at Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
Wellington’s Tākina Convention and Exhibition Centre will host the 2025 iPRES 21st International Conference on Digital Presentation.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre will host around 2,500 pest control experts in 2026.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand has opened registrations for its annual conference, to be held 9-12 August at The Rutherford Hotel in Nelson.
Travel management firm FCM has launched the inaugural Th!nk event – a first-of-its-kind hybrid forum for the travel and tourism sector.
Ōtautahi will host the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education annual conference next year.
Te Papa Venues and Tākina, Wellington’s new convention and exhibition centre opening in mid-2023, has officially beguns operating under one brand, Tākina Events.
The Financial Services Council has launched its flagship annual conference for 2022.
Even sub-100 delegate conferences are cancelling, despite them being allowed at red, says BEIA.
The Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is holding its opening ceremony today.
Auckland has won its bid to host the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference in 2024.
Christchurch has won a bid to host an international congress in 2023 for the Asia Pacific Seed Association (APSA) at the Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
The Maximum Occupancy New Zealand event has set a new date of 1-2 March 2022 at the Kiri te Kanawa theatre, Aotea Centre, Auckland.
New Zealand will host the International Teaching Games for Understanding Conference for the first time in 2024.
Auckland has won the bid to host the International Electrical and Electronics Engineers eGrid Conference for the first time in 2022.
Nearly 100 tourism suppliers are meeting the country’s inbound tour operators at the inaugural Tourism Trade Expo in Taranaki today.
The Maximum Occupancy Accommodation Industry Conference will be held at the Aotea Centre in Auckland from 18-19 August.
A post-lockdown domestic events strategy played a key role in driving demand within New Zealand but Australia is now the “next big frontier”.
ChristchurchNZ is taking a “subject-specific” approach to attracting business events to the city, says Loren Heaphy.
The inaugural IBIS Customer Conference 2021 opens this evening with a welcome function in Queenstown, focusing on a theme of ‘Rebuilding Together’.
The event at Christchurch Town Hall returns today reshaped after missing 2020.
Hilton Taupo expects revenue to recover to pre-pandemic levels by year-end.
The conference would attract up to 200 computer science, psychology, robotics and design academics worldwide.
NZCA chair Debbie Summers said the decision was made because of the ongoing impacts of Covid-19 on the industry.