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The chain kept all its 35 properties open and maintained occupancy at 55% of last year’s levels.
GM Anne Newman on how dealing with the 2017 Port Hills fire has helped the park cope with Covid-19.
We’ve been down this path before with Christchurch and Kaikōura earthquakes, says Graeme Abbot.
Taupō’s Simon Jolly says chasing those owing money is “starting to wear thin”.
The award-winning operator has to replace an almost completely international customer base.
Luxury pricing is being reconfigured for a domestic market, says MD Jacqui Spice.
Christchurch Airport is in a good position to be “an engine” for recovery, says its CEO.
After rapid expansion, the group’s diversity will help it recover, says CEO Adam Joyce.
One of Australasia’s fastest-growing operators has had little downtime in the lockdown, says CEO John Thorburn.
The industry must be “aligned, cohesive, organised and strong” to get through the crisis, says the Christchurch venue’s GM.
The pandemic is a ‘wake-up call’ for industry to be ready for future shocks, says Dive! Tutukaka’s MD.
There is a single silver lining in an otherwise difficult time, says CEO Paul Milligan.
The operator says the wage subsidy has allowed it to keep most of its staff in place.
Abbe Hutchins took up the newly-created CEO role at Marlborough Tour Company… then the pandemic hit.
Having seen their city crumble in 2011, the Gilberts rebuilt their business bigger and better. Now, they’re preparing to do it again.