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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.
TRENZ 2020 will be held at at Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, from Monday 18 to Thursday 21 May next year.
TIA’s refreshed growth strategy sets an ambitious new target and places greater emphasis on sustainability.
New Zealand has climbed up the ranks of global conference destinations, last year moving to number 46 in the International Congress and Convention Association listing.
The govt’s Tourism Strategy, TIA’s revamped growth framework and the unveiling of a new TNZ campaign are on the agenda.
New boutique accommodation, gourmet dining options for group travel and wildlife experiences are just some of the new Waikato products being showcased at TRENZ 2019.
Dunedin and Hamilton & Waikato have officially launched their joint business events initiative, Meet North South.
The inaugural Tourism Policy School will be held at Queenstown.
Wellington’s $179m CEC will be up against Auckland’s NZICC and Chirstchurch’s Te Pae.
It’s the last big bash of the year for many in the tourism industry and photographer Jay Farnworth from Image Search was there to capture it.
Tourism Talent, the new talent development and market place set up by Dylan Rushbrook and Jason Hill, was officially launched at the YoungTEC Summit at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland last night.
More than 130 heavy-hitters from Auckland’s business events community gathered for Auckland Convention Bureau’s annual city showcase last week.
Wayfare, Skyline, NZICC and ACB will together target the lucrative Chinese incentives and conference market.
NZ’s business events sector needs to be prepared for increased competition, says economist Shamubeel Eaqub.
NZ’s conventions and incentives industry is converging on Auckland for CINZ Conference 2018.
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Tourism New Zealand last night acknowledged the successes of a select group of conference sector specialists who have won events that will plough an estimated $37m into the New Zealand economy.
Trans-Tasman business events have been given a leg-up following a Tourism New Zealand-led workshop focused on the association market.
Wellington has seen its major conference count tumble almost 20% in three years, according to the city council’s draft annual report.
Queenstown is to host more than 165 US and Kiwi golf managers for biennial conferences this spring.
Dunedin is to host the 2022 World Leisure Congress, which will bring between 500 and 1000 international delegates to the city, after a successful joint bid with the University of Otago.
Around 2,000 visitors are expected to attend the 78th World Science Fiction Convention.
The Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency has made a new pitch for business events following a bumper year for the activity in the capital.
Auckland has slipped three places to 21st position in this year’s Cvent list of the top cities for meetings and events in the Asia Pacific region.