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Around 40% of inbounders expect to see a 90% or better return in business this 2022-23 season compared with pre-Covid levels of activity, according to Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
Hundreds of industry professionals are in Auckland for today’s YoungTEC End of Year Event and Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s Xmas Symposium.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand is more positive about the pace of New Zealand’s visitor recovery despite ongoing uncertainty around the return of the China market.
Increasing demand, rising costs, and shortages are putting pressure on the coach network.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand Xmas Symposium will be held in Auckland on Tuesday 6 December 2022.
Rotorua and Invercargill will host the next two Tourism Export Council of New Zealand annual conferences.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand brought the curtain down on its 2022 annual conference and tourism trade expo with a Survivor-themed party on Thursday night.
Six operators and industry leaders have been recognised for their work during the pandemic.
The pandemic has left the industry battered and bruised but it is now time to navigate a new future, says TECNZ’s chair.
Haka Tourism Group’s Eve Lawrence has been appointed to the Tourism Export Council of New Zealand board.
More than 260 delegates are expected at the 2022 Tourism Export Council of New Zealand Conference and Tourism Trade Expo beginning in Nelson today.
YoungTEC is calling for senior professionals in the tourism industry to consider becoming mentors for the 2022 Mentorship Programme.
The visitor market from China remains almost entirely out of the picture for the rest of the year with a mere 5% recovery forecast by the year ending May 2023.
The awards return after a two-year absence with 14 tourism companies and individuals making the shortlist.
Bookings for the 2022-23 season are gaining momentum with some inbound tour operators already looking stronger than they were before Covid hit in March 2020.
New Zealand could see a 55%-60% return of pre-Covid visitor arrivals and spend by as early as the year ending May 2023, despite a lack of China-based airlines during the latter half of 2022.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand and New Zealand Cruise Association have both opened registration for their annual conference.
Costs and visa delays could keep a cap on markets like India despite demand growing.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand has opened registrations for its annual conference, to be held 9-12 August at The Rutherford Hotel in Nelson.
The association predicts an earlier recovery in visitor arrivals thanks to the latest border re-opening dates.
For inbounders, who need to plan 12-24 months ahead, there’s still a lot that needs to be confirmed before they can really rejoice, writes Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chief executive Lynda Keene.
Two thirds of inbound tourism operators may not survive if self-isolation self-isolation requirements for fully vaccinated visitors remains, according to a new survey.
Industry bodies are anxious to hear the government announcement on Thursday around the new plan for re-opening borders.
Inbounders are at breaking point but there are reasons to be hopeful, writes TECNZ chief executive Lynda Keene.
A full recovery of annual international visitor numbers into New Zealand is now not expected until sometime after May 2025, according to an updated forecast from Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
But overseas agents are getting “pretty frustrated” at New Zealand, says TECNZ chair Scott Mehrtens.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand today pulled the plug on its Xmas Symposium in Auckland scheduled for Wednesday 8 December.
But only if NZ’s borders re-open soon, starting with Australia in December and the rest of the major source markets next year.
A TECNZ poll lays out how international wholesalers and agents are seeing NZ – and it’s not pretty.
The new funding for operators is needed in light of the latest lockdown and the likelihood of no international visitors over summer.
A trip down memory lane was one of the highlights of last week’s Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s annual conference in New Plymouth.
Despite the difficult days for ITOs, departing Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chair Anna Black says there are still reasons to celebrate the association’s 50th birthday.
Nearly 100 tourism suppliers are meeting the country’s inbound tour operators at the inaugural Tourism Trade Expo in Taranaki today.
Recovery in the North American and European visitor markets will likely be faster than from Asia, says TECNZ.
Interested registrants could still sign up to a waiting list.
The TECNZ event will be hosted in New Plymouth from 4-6 August.
The government needs to make available a $200m rescue package for operators reliant on international visitors, or see many wind-up and close permanently.
This year is going to be another tough one for the tourism industry’s inbound tour operators, says Tourism Export Council of New Zealand.
Tourism businesses that reduced prices for the domestic market must prepare to start lifting them again for the return of international travellers, according to Tourism Export Council of New Zealand chief executive Lynda Keene.
The New Zealand cruise industry is at a standstill and the country is $601m out of pocket because of it, says NZ Cruise Association chair and ID Tours executive director Debbie Summers.
Tourism operators, agencies and inbound tour operators from around the country gathered at the Heritage Hotel in Auckland for Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s 2020 Xmas Symposium.
Executive director Justin Tighe-Umbers says NZ risks being left behind as other countries resume international travel.
Visitors from long-haul destinations must begin to arrive in New Zealand from 1 October 2021 if inbound tour operators are to survive the Covid-19 crisis, says Tourism Export Council chief executive Lynda Keene.
The association says it will lead the development of an international tourism recovery strategy to present to Govt.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s Xmas Symposium 2020 has been confirmed for 2 December 2020 at Heritage Auckland.
The May 2024 recovery dates are later than the inbound tour operator association’s previous forecasts of March 2024.
A new date would be announced this week and all existing registrations would automatically be transferred.
It is insufficient for hard-hit tourism, say industry groups.
Leading industry bodies are feeling “underwhelmed” and “frustrated” at the Government’s latest $300m tourism support package, which they say falls short of what the devastated sector needs to survive.
The Tourism Export Council of New Zealand has moved its annual Xmas Symposium in December to a new ‘Spring’ Symposium in September.