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Venture Taranaki has published its Transition Pathway Action Plan as part of the Taranaki 2050 Roadmap, covering tourism, regulation, metrics and evaluation.
The Central Economic Development Agency has launched the ManawatuNZ Visual Library, providing a free resource of imagery and videos to help businesses and locals showcase Palmerston North and the Manawatū.
The region’s revival will be driven by a clearer sense of direction, says NRDA’s visitor destination manager.
Nelson Tasman locals are being urged to take part in a new marketing campaign designed to help the region’s economic recovery following the fallout of Covid-19.
More than 2300 vouchers have been downloaded since the launch of WellingtonNZ’s Explore Wellington platform.
Whanganui hospitality and accommodation businesses have seen significant consumer spending growth following the Covid-19 alert level 4 lockdown, says Whanganui & Partners.
Venture Taranaki’s CEO says the region is seeing above-average visitor spend but the lack of business travel is having a severe impact.
Aoraki Tourism has become the latest RTO to be absorbed by an economic development agency with Timaru District Council providing $350,000 funding.
Great South is calling for the Government to allow interregional travel once New New Zealand enters alert level 2.
John Allen has also been chief executive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and New Zealand Post.
Enterprise Dunedin’s travel trade sales and marketing specialist, Gil Abercrombie, has resigned.
Almost 60 initiatives will help inform Great South’s new destination plan, says the agency’s Ann Lockhart.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development and Northland Inc have signed a memorandum of understanding to help boost development, innovation and investment attraction.
Destination development manager Anton Wilke on marrying economic development with tourism.
Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) says it will now use ‘WellingtonNZ – making the Wellington region wildly famous’ as its standard organisational brand.