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Tourism industry appointments for the week to 4 December 2020.
Kathmandu Holdings Group chief executive Xavier Simonet has announced his resignation after five years with the company.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 27 November 2020.
New tourism development manager Lydia Stoddart said there was a lot of product in the region that people did not know about.
SkyCity chairman Rob Campbell told investors and analysts that the departure of chief executive Graeme Stephens was not unusual or entirely unexpected.
Tourism New Zealand commercial director René de Monchy has been appointed interim chief executive following the resignation of Stephen England-Hall last month.
Chief executive Graeme Stephens is among a trio of senior leaders leaving the operator.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 13 November 2020.
Current Metlifecare CFO Richard Thomson is to return to Air NZ where he held a series of senior commercial and finance roles between 2004 and 2017.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 6 November 2020
Tourism New Zealand lays out the necessary skills in a request for headhunting services.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 30 October 2020
Out of the frying pan and into the fire is how Stephen England-Hall’s move to Wayfare may be viewed by many but it is not one he shares himself.
TNZ’s boss is leaving the agency to lead Queenstown-based group Wayfare.
The current CEO of ATEED will step into the role on 1 December, when the new entity officially starts.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 23 October 2020.
Air NZ’s former chief commercial and customer officer has been appointed CEO of the media company.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 16 October 2020.
Hospitality New Zealand has appointed Sally Attfield to lead its accommodation division.
The executives had not signed on to lead a domestic airline, she says.
CFO Jeff McDowall is leaving, becoming the sixth member of the airline’s c-suite to depart.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 2 October 2020
After five years ushering in millions of visitors, Auckland Zoo’s head of visitor experience leaves to lead the country’s newest attraction.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 25 September 2020
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 18 September 2020.
Tourism industry appointments for the week to 11 September 2020.
One of the sector’s highest profile employment casualties due to Covid on turning adversity into opportunity.
Former Taranaki Regional Council chair David Walter has passed away after a battle with Leukaemia. He was 80 years old.
Tourism industry appointments for the week ending 4 September 2020
After 19 years with airline, Wallace steps away from the airline full time on 30 September.
The Government is looking to fill the gap in its Tourism Futures Taskforce after the departure of Tourism Holdings CFO Nick Judd.
Judd was appointed chief financial officer for Tourism Holdings last month, prompting the Government to review his appointment to the taskforce.
A number of appointments have been made across the tourism industry as businesses look to navigate New Zealand’s Covid-era visitor market.
Eliminating the role of chief operating officer at Tourism Holdings is primarily about focus and costs, chief executive Grant Webster says.
Air NZ’s former chief strategy, networks and alliances officer will join the operator in September.
The Government is reviewing Nick Judd’s position on its Tourism Futures Taskforce.
Tourism industry appointments for the week ending 7 August 2020.
Lake Wanaka Tourism has appointed Tim Barke as acting general manager.
His departure leaves both RTOs at the hard-hit district without permanent leaders.
Queenstown Airport chairwoman Prue Flacks has recently resigned from the board, while the company announces redundancies among its 68 staff.
Allison will join the iwi entity as GM of corporate services and will also provide strategic and operational leadership to Ngāi Tahu’s tourism businesses.
Lincoln University professor of tourism David Simmons will retire on 30 June after 37 years with the university.
The resignations are the latest high-profile departures from the country’s beleaguered tourism industry.
Totally Tourism has recruited Cecil Potatau to join its sales team in a move that cements its commitment to a return of New Zealand’s international visitor markets.
Tour operator software company Tourwriter has unveiled a new leadership structure, with Glenn Campbell and Pierre Malou becoming co-chief executives.
Arna Wahl Davies has been appointed chair of the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand-approved Professional Conference Organisers group.
Todd McClay has retained his shadow cabinet portfolios of tourism and trade under new National Party leader Todd Muller.
Napier Port’s capability & cruise manager Bruce Lochhead will leave the company after his role was disestablished.
Employers wary of spending large salaries on senior staff as they try to repair their balance sheets could consider contracting in their executive skills, says Tourism Talent director Jason Hill.
The Bed & Breakfast Association has named Donna Brooke as its new president, replacing Rayma Jenkins.