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The 2025 event is expected to attract 2500 delegates to Auckland.
New Zealand’s first ‘future of work’ festival RemoteTogether will be hosted in Queenstown from 8-13 March 2021.
Starting a new business in the middle of the pandemic may be a scary idea to some, but was necessary to deliver what was promised to clients, says the new directors of Motive Events.
Auckland will host the International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists conference in 2023.
The International Association of Women in Police (IAWP) Annual Conference will bring an estimated $1.3m into the local economy when Auckland plays host in 2023, says Auckland Convention Bureau.
Construction of Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is on track to be completed mid-2021, with the first events likely to be held in the second half of the year.
Auckland has been named the best meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions destination in Oceania at the inaugural World MICE Awards 2020.
A new annual subvention fund will be used to attract global conferences to the city.
Two new event facilities, The Millhouse and The Hub, have opened at Hobbiton Movie Set.
The New Zealand Police will host the International Association of Women Police’s annual conference in 2023.
Queenstown will host the new 12-day festival RemoteTogetherNZ festival this November.
A new date would be announced this week and all existing registrations would automatically be transferred.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is planning to hold its annual summit on 17 November, with Air New Zealand chief executive Greg Foran lined up as a speaker.
The Hilton Auckland will host a full-day pop-up hotel industry conference as part of this year’s hybrid AHICE and Design Inn 2020 event.
CINZ’s Lisa Hopkins urges the Govt to distinguish between business events and mass gatherings.
Researchers from the University of Otago have outlined new measures that may reduce the carbon footprint of conference and events travel by up to 90%.
Venture Taranaki’s CEO says the region is seeing above-average visitor spend but the lack of business travel is having a severe impact.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand has moved its annual Xmas Symposium in December to a new ‘Spring’ Symposium in September.
Heritage Queenstown has partnered with local professional event company HQ New Zealand to attract conferences to the resort.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has cancelled this year’s New Zealand Tourism Awards because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre looks set to be the biggest beneficiary of the New Zealand International Convention Centre’s delivery delay to mid-2023.
Crowne Plaza Queenstown has welcomed its first Covid era conference, ahead of schedule.
But events over the next 18 months will likely be smaller and less frequent.
The country’s hard-hit events sector has been working with the government on the creation of a new voluntary Covid Code.
The decision to cancel this year’s annual event, scheduled for August 20 – 21 in Christchurch, was “in line with the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 recommendations regarding events and public gatherings and in the interests of public health in New Zealand.”
The business events sector will play an important role in the tourism sector’s recovery, says Tourism New Zealand.
Events of 500+ people should be cancelled, says the PM.
The South Island Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency has postponed its March 25 conference in Dunedin due to Covid-19.
Major industry events of TRENZ and MEETINGS appear unlikely to proceed with guidance from the Government this week expected to confirm their cancellation.
It’s business as usual for New Zealand’s biggest travel and trade industry events, despite the cancellations of several big-name international trade shows over coronavirus fears.
Bigger stands as well a new products and regional highlights are expected at next year’s CINZ MEETINGS run by Conventions and Incentives New Zealand.
Hawke’s Bay played host to a group of professional conference organisers last week as the region looks to bolster its business events industry.
The sector is poised for a jump in business from the US.
More co-operation is required if New Zealand’s business events sector is going to successfully compete on the international stage – and leverage the domestic market – as new infrastructure comes online.
Tourism NZ has revealed details of what it calls a world-first pilot scheme.
The event kicks-off in earnest this today as key stakeholders from the $558m sector gather at Skyline Queenstown.
The first conference to be held at the new Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is only a year away.
Nigel Latta, Shamubeel Eaqub, Liam Malone and Tony Gardner are the latest names to be added to the speaker lineup for the2019 CINZ Conference.
Auckland and Queenstown have made Cvent’s inaugural top 10 list of the best meeting destinations in Australia and Oceania.
The operator’s GM, Ross Steele, on the work going into securing events ahead of the 2020 opening of Christchurch’s new $475m convention centre.
Around 1500 delegates are expected to attend the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association conference at Waikato University.
NZ’s $558m business events sector showed an increase in events, delegates and delegate days for the year to March.
In its final Business Events Delegate Survey, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has uncovered an error in historical delegate number totals which meant local and domestic delegate numbers have been over-represented in past reports.
Cruise Lines International Association global chairman and Royal Caribbean Cruises’ vice chairman, Adam Goldstein, is among a strong speaker line-up at the NZ Cruise Association’s seventh annual conference.
The 2020 South Pacific Tourism Exchange will be held at Christchurch on 25-26 May.
Tourism New Zealand is leading a new drive which it says will “measure and maximise the lasting benefits generated by conferences” for New Zealanders.
The flagship venue has lost a number of pre-booked events.
Global macroeconomics shifts are coming home to roost in New Zealand’s $558m business events sector, with a slowdown in Australia being felt in destinations including Rotorua.
The biggest showcase for New Zealand’s $558m business events sector gets underway in earnest this morning, with close to 700 industry professionals making a beeline for MEETINGS 2019.
More than 100 international business event organisers from as from New Zealand’s key markets including Australia, the United States and China will be converging on Auckland next week for the country’s biggest showcase of conference and incentive products.