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New Zealand Māori Tourism chief executive Pania Tyson-Nathan has been inducted into the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame for services to tourism.
The new public holiday is an opportunity for Māori operators to tell their stories to the world.
NZMT’s CEO joins motorsport legend Bruce McLaren and billionaire Graeme Hart as a 2022 laureate for the NZ Business Hall of Fame.
Government agencies are better prepared to help Māori tourism businesses during this lockdown, says Willie Jackson.
New Zealand Māori Tourism will hold a webinar today to outline the financial, social and wellbeing support available to operators.
NZ Māori Tourism has acknowledged the contribution made by outgoing tourism minister Kelvin Davis.
Strong international demand for Māori tourism product meant the sector did not really needed to consider altering its products.
An experience that aligns tech, tradition and manaakitanga has won the top gong at the inaugural Māori Tourism Dragons’ Den.
Māori tourism leader Pania Tyson-Nathan will be among the people whose achievements will be celebrated at investiture ceremonies at Government House in Wellington this week.
New Zealand Māori Tourism is welcoming a high profile Chinese delegation, led by Mr Li Shihong, Vice Chairman China National Tourism Administration, to Wellington today.
Tourism has been hailed as a leading opportunity for investors looking to enter New Zealand’s thriving Māori economy, according to a new government report.
Two tourism industry leaders have been appointed to a ministerial advisory group as part of a new trade strategy that places a focus on services exports.
Take-up of Maori tourism activities jumped by almost a fifth to over 3.82m visits for the year ended 30 June 2016.