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Mackenzie tourism stakeholders will meet this afternoon to discuss the district’s new visitor strategy.
The new plan identifies key initiatives that can help help grow and maintain a sustainable and thriving visitor economy for he region.
Tourism New Zealand’s latest statement of intent attempts to digest both the implications of dealing with the reality of Covid and any related recovery.
DOC says it wants to work with the tourism sector to enhance its contribution to conservation.
The agency is seeking “a design thinking approach as a means to refine and recalibrate and refresh our tourism/visitor offering and product development, based on a user-experience centred approach”.
Northland Inc, Te Au Mārie Trust, Te Hiringa Trust and Te Puni Kōkiri have partnered to facilitate the development of a Northland Destination Management Plan for the region.
Northland Inc has signed a memorandum of understanding with Te Au Mārie Sestercentennial Trust, Te Puni Kōkiri, and Te Hiringa Trust and Business Promotions.
CEDA CEO Linda Stewart calls for a systemic change to the country’s tourism economy.
The Canterbury Mayoral Forum has unveiled its Plan for Canterbury, which sets out the vision for the region and identifies five priorities for 2020 to 2022.
Venture Taranaki has published its Transition Pathway Action Plan as part of the Taranaki 2050 Roadmap, covering tourism, regulation, metrics and evaluation.
Great South have engaged Eat New Zealand to help develop its regional Food Tourism Strategy.
The Greater Christchurch Partnership would develop the Greater Christchurch 2050 plan over the next 12 months.
The plan that would explore options to unlock and enable sustainable growth and resilience for the district going forward.
Destination Rotorua chief executive Michelle Templer on the prime minister Jacinda Ardern’s visit this week and how the city is extending a warm haere mai to New Zealanders.
Loren Heaphy, general manager of destination and attraction at ChristchurchNZ, on shifting perceptions, welcoming an Australian audience, and the potential of the domestic tourism market.
A new recovery framework drawn-up by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development makes plain the numerous risks and challenges the destination faces as it looks to overcome the impact of Covid-19.
Destination Queenstown acting chief executive Ann Lockhart on remaining nimble and relevant in a fast-moving environment and launching a recovery plan which tells Queenstown’s story from the inside out and lays the foundations to inspire a connection with future visitors.
Queenstown Airport Corporation will submit a revised Statement of Intentto Queenstown Lakes District Council in October 2020.
The RTO is helping to cushion the economic and social impacts of Covid-19, says CEO Michelle Templer.
ChristchurchNZ’s Loren Heaphy on the impacts of Covid-19, the city’s recovery package, and the importance of togetherness in a crisis.
Great South will become the third regional development agency to shift away from destination marketing to a destination management strategy, as it looks to improve visitor growth and encourage stronger visitor spend.
The plan will set out a road map for future industry investment across the south.
The association says a lack of industry support is the biggest gap in the govt’s draft tourism strategy.
The government’s tourism strategy must deliver “more than economic gain to New Zealanders”, says Federated Mountain Clubs.
Improved regional funding, support for productivity and innovation and better data have emerged as leading themes in industry submissions on the government’s draft Tourism Strategy.
The council is throwing its weight behind plans to attract investment into new four or five star accommodation.
Tourism is one of three key industries identified to help lift the prosperity of the region.