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Tourism NZ chair Jamie Tuuta has been appointed as chair of the board for Venture Taranaki Trust.
Tourism industry appointments for the week ending 17 October 2019.
QT Hotels and Resorts has hired Michael Anderson to be its new director of sales and marketing at QT Auckland.
Sophie Archibald is the new business development and marketing manager, New Zealand, for Destination Queenstown.
The Kiwi boss of Walmart’s US business, Greg Foran, has taken the top job at the airline.
Industry appointments, promotions and other people moves for the week ending 10 October 2019
The operator has promoted its Whakapapa GM Jono Dean to take over from Ross Copland.
Destination Queenstown has found a new manager for its western market trade channels appointing Kate Baxter from Heli Glenorchy.
Industry appointments, promotions and other people moves for the week ending 3 October 2019
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s Brad Burnett will lead the operator’s new hotel management company, SkyCity Hotels Group.
Skyline Enterprises director Richard Thomas has been elected the new board chair of Destination Queenstown.
Tourism Bay of Plenty board director Laurissa Cooney has been appointed to the board of Air New Zealand.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism and Antarctica New Zealand have entered a new partnership which offers a Franz Josef glacier guide the chance of a secondment at Scott Base.
Air New Zealand chief executive Christoper Luxon has his last day in post today.
Tourism Talent has launched in Australia adding two new directors to its team.
After a 16 month global search for a firstly a creative and content director, and then a marketing director, Tourism New Zealand has made an internal appointment to fill the role.
Former NZ Maritime Museum chief executive Murray Reade has been appointed Northland Inc’s new chief executive.
MD and co-owner Michael Esposito is to step back from day-to-day operations at the business.
The hunt is on for a new chief executive for the Museum of New Zealand.
The continued expansion of Sudesh Jhunjhnudwala’s Sudima Hotels group, which will open two more properties in the next 12 months, has led to a wave of promotions as well as new faces joining the business.
Destination Queenstown has appointed Harald Ulriksen to manage the four-day winter showcase.
Destination Wairarapa’s boss, David Hancock, is stepping down from the tourism organisation after eight years at the helm.
Tourism West Coast chair Richard Benton has stepped down as the transition of the agency into Development West Coast completes.
Tomahawk has expanded its senior leadership team with the appointment of former Wayfare executive Carmen White to a newly created position.
Air New Zealand’s chief financial officer, Jeff McDowall, has been appointed acting chief executive.
Cordis Hotels and Resorts has appointed Millbrook Resort’s Adith Almeida to be its new director of corporate sales.
He may have led a globetrotting career but there is no place like home for Elgan O’Donnell.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre has announced its full executive team as the $475m venue counts down the 13 months to opening.
The former Shotover Canyon Swing GM has taken a newly created role at AJ Hackett Bungy NZ.
Luxury travel company, Touch of Spice, is positioning itself further growth undertaking an executive reshuffle which sees founder and chief executive, Jacqui Spice, move into a managing director role.
Eiichi Ishii, the founder of Queenstown’s Millbrook Resort, has died in Tokyo following a short illness.
Tony Saunders is to become the Australasian tour operator’s national sales and marketing manager.
The CEO of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has been hired to lead developer Remarkables Park.
Stuart Turner is returning to Scotland for family reasons, says the agency.
STAAH has appointed Tony Howlett to be its new chief operating officer.
An Australian newspaper has named former Air NZ executive Stephen Jones as a possible replacement for outgoing CEO Chris Luxon.
The Hawke’s Bay has lured the former Tourism Dunedin boss back from Toronto.
The former Tourism Dunedin CEO will fill the role vacated by Annie Dundas.
An Akaroa businessman who has had a hand in establishing many of the Canterbury destination’s flagship tourism events is looking to exit the sector after more than 30 years.
Christchurch International Airport’s Gareth Williams is heading across the ditch.
The long-vacant post spearheading the city’s promotion has finally been filled.
After resigning from Skyline, the former chair is buying back Totally Tourism off the operator.
Nine people have been appointed to Economic Development New Zealand’s first ever elected board, including four new faces.
Warrick Low has left his tourism and events manager role at Venture Southland, now named Great South.
Queenstown Airport Corporation has appointed a new general manager to head up corporate and community affairs.
Conventions and Incentives New Zealand has reappointed Tony Gardner as board chair for a further three-year term.
The former Labour tourism spokesman’s appointment was one of the changes made in the PM’s Cabinet reshuffle.
Destination Queenstown is soon to be back on the hunt for a new Winter Festival director, with Rae Baker set to stand down after two years at the helm.
Luxon says he will consider a career in “corporate life, politics or a not for profit” after he leaves on September 25.
After a seven month search for a general manager in 2017 that attracted national media attention, Taumarunui’s Forgotten World Adventures is again seeking to fill the role.