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Destination Great Lake Taupō general manager Damian Coutts is leaving his role to return to the Department of Conservation.
The experienced hands of Sue Sullivan, Mark Frood and Dylan Rushbrook will be shaping the future of tourism in Central Otago after being appointed to the region’s new six strong Tourism Advisory Board.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre has appointed David Allott its director of operations.
Reality TV queen Dame Julie Christie has been appointed to Tourism West Coast’s board.
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.
Tourism Holdings Limited has appointed Jennifer Bunbury to be its new chief financial officer.
Tourism minister Kelvin Davis has appointed Roger Sharp to fill the last remaining vacancy on Tourism New Zealand’s board following the departure of three members earlier this year.
The combined EDA/RTO has hired the current chief executive of the NZ Veterinary Association, Mark Ward.
Tourism Bay of Plenty has bolstered its team following new funding from its stakeholders.
Travel information distributor VisitorPoint has announced a raft of internal changes including the appointment of a new general manager.
Destination Wairarapa has appointed journalist Sara Bunny to the position of Media Communications & Content Generation Manager.
Venture Taranaki has appointed Justine Gilliland to become CEO of the combined EDA/RTO.
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Tourism New Zealand has put its hunt for a director of creative and content on hold.
A new platform designed to help fill the tourism sector’s skills and talent shortage is being prepared for launch.
Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala’s Sudima Hotels group has made a senior appointment at its flagship Christchurch hotel and four key promotions as the privately owned group enters the final quarter of what it says is one of the busiest growth years in its history.
Caroline Blanchfield is leaving ChristchurchNZ after eight years to join GCH Aviation Group.
There have been a number of staffing changes at New Zealand Māori Tourism including the departure of director of regions, Simon Phillips, who is leaving the organisation after four years.
ChristchurchNZ has appointed the former NTT manager and DQ chief David Kennedy to lead The Antarctic Office.
NZSki has appointed Fiona Boyer to the newly created role of General Manager Customer.
Skyline Enterprises director Sarah Ottrey has been appointed to the board of Christchurch International Airport Limited.
Jeremy Smith has been elected National President of Hospitality New Zealand’s board.
Northland Inc’s general manager of regional promotions and tourism, Paul Davis, has resigned.
Air New Zealand’s top lawyer, Karen Clayton, has resigned to join the International Air Transport Association.
Tourism Holdings’ chief financial officer Mark Davis is to leave the company.
The Walking Access Commission has appointed Ric Cullinane its chief executive.
Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum has appointed the former chief executive of the Starship Foundation, Brad Clark, to be its director of transformation and development.
Air New Zealand’s award-winning chief digital officer, Avi Golan, is leaving the airline to return to the United States to be closer to family.
Heritage Hotel Management Ltd has appointed Akash Sood the general manager of its flagship CityLife Auckland hotel.
Real Journeys chief executive Richard Lauder is the new chair of Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
Haka Tourism Group has appointed its first chief financial officer in what chief executive Ryan Sanders described as a “key appointment for the business”.
Jo Heaton has been promoted to the newly created role of Tourism and Visitor Economy Manager in a restructuring of the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency.
Jet Park Hotels has made a raft of senior appointments in preparation for what it says will be future growth.
Tourism operator and entrepreneur Torben Landl has been appointed to the board of Destination Great Lake Taupo.
Philippa Ivory will leave the economic development agency on September 14.
Southern Discoveries has appointed Kerry Myers as its new general manager sales and marketing as the Queenstown and Milford Sound operator looks to further “expand and optimise” its operations.
Mark Davis is on medical leave and will miss the operator’s already delayed annual results announcement next Tuesday.
Destination Fiordland is on the hunt for a new tourism manager following the resignation of Sharon Salmons.
YHA’s manager of hostel operations, Simon Cartwright, has been elected the new board chair of the Backpacker Youth & Adventure Tourism Association.
The industry training body has hired AgResearch’s Andrew McSweeney to be its new CEO.
Christchurch Convention Centre is ramping up activity ahead of a 2020 opening date poaching SKYCITY’s Gillian Officer to lead sales efforts for Te Pae.
Sydney-based senior brand manager Andrew Waddel has been picked to fill the role vacated by Tony Saunders.
Tourism New Zealand’s general manager of Americas and Europe is returning to New Zealand opening up one of the most important roles in the country’s tourism industry.
The Rutherford Hotel Nelson has appointed a new general manager to replace the late Bevan McGillicuddy.
Pou Herenga Tai – Twin Coast Cycle Trail Trust has appointed Adrienne Tari its new general manager.
Land Information New Zealand has announced the members of its new South Island High Country Advisory Group.
She will be the first female chair of the airline when she takes over from Tony Carter, who retires next year.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism has poached Tourism Holdings Limited’s experience design manager, Ed Burak, in a move that signals a step change in the tourism operator’s experience development efforts.
Strange takes over from Sir Henry van der Heyden.
Te Papa has announced a trio of senior appointments which it says “show the strength of talent” in the New Zealand museum and gallery sector.