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Women & Leadership New Zealand is offering scholarships for four leadership development courses to Tourism Industry Aotearoa members.
The new initiative aims to showcase the positive impact that tourism has on communities and New Zealand.
We must do all we can to ensure visitors feel good about their choice to travel to NZ, says TIA’s CEO.
Jacinda Ardern says she will “mark a couple of milestones in our tourism sector” by speaking at Thursday’s event.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s annual TRENZ trade show will take place at Te Pae Christchurch next year and will be the first full event since 2019, and the first in the city since 2006.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is inviting businesses to participate in the second Workforce and Industry Readiness survey.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has posted total income of $2.43m for the year to March 2022, down 15% on last year.
The association has made a number of recommendations to improve the govt’s Better Work Action Plan for tourism.
Christchurch Airport, iFLY Indoor Skydiving, and Kohutapu Lodge & Tribal Tours have scooped multiple nominations in this year’s New Zealand Tourism Awards.
Young travellers can lead the way to a more sustainable sector.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa and Facebook owner Meta have partnered to hold an in-person digital workshop in Queenstown.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says it is ready to engage with the government and industry to develop the draft Better Work Action Plan.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa and Meta, the company behind Facebook, will run digital skills workshops in Queenstown and Rotorua in September.
More than half of industry respondents lack confidence they can attract and retain the required staff.
Shortages are impacting winter destinations and the volatile environment is making it hard to plan for summer.
Entries for the 2022 New Zealand Tourism Awards will close this Thursday 14 July at 5pm.
The CEO’s first trip out of the country in three years aims to push NZ to the top of the Australian travel agenda.
Around three quarters of tourism operators are trying to recruit and the immigration minister’s latest comments are not helpful.
DOC should delay plans to cap numbers on the walk as it could impact operators and regional visitation, says the association.
TIA has opened nominations for the 2022 New Zealand Tourism Awards.
TIA raises concerns with the proposals, including using associations as one of the negotiating parties.
TIA’s CEO calls on industry to focus on regenerative tourism on the path to recovery.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s TRENZ Hui kicks off this afternoon with just over 450 people taking part in the online event over the next two days.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s online TRENZ Hui on 25 and 26 May has attracted more than 400 operators.
The programme shows participants how to achieve the knowledge, skills, and confidence to actively pursue zero carbon and regenerative goals.
Registrations are now open for Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s TRENZ Hui 2022 Online, which will take place on 25 and 26 May.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s new chief executive Rebecca Ingram wants to understand what New Zealand’s tourism industry needs as it rebuilds.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa anticipates a “slow and steady” return of visitors to New Zealand as isolation-free travel from Australia resumes today.
Employers can decide themselves whether vaccine passes and mandates remain in place, says employment lawyer Fiona McMillan.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is holding a series of TRENZ Connect online events in April, with the aim of ‘reconnecting New Zealand with the world’.
The government’s $49m kick-start fund should be extended to regions beyond the South Island and include the rest of the motu, says TIA.
Only 5.6% of operators surveyed said they were doing okay or doing well, says TIA.
Tourism businesses across the country say they are struggling to stay alive as the Omicron wave comes crashing down on New Zealand.
Industry bodies are anxious to hear the government announcement on Thursday around the new plan for re-opening borders.
Tourism and hospitality organisations are urging the government to take a clearer stance on the issue of international labour as the industries eye preparations for a more open border.
Tourism New Zealand’s GM of NZ and government relations will join Tourism Industry Aotearoa in March.
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The New Zealand Tourism Sustainability Commitment has won the 2021 Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award in the educational programmes and media category.
Moves to overhaul conservation legislation over the next four years will help tourism operators work better with the country’s natural resources, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
Stats NZ’s latest Tourism satellite account shows the devastating effect the pandemic has had on tourism, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s Chris McGeown has been appointed acting chief executive of the association.
Six individuals and 23 businesses were up for 11 coveted gongs.
New Zealand could miss out on another $39bn in international visitor spend if it is too slow to remove border restrictions, says a new forecast for the tourism industry.
More than 400 tourism operators and stakeholders are expected to attend the virtual Tourism Summit Aotearoa on Monday 29 November.
Two tourism students heading towards their final year of tertiary study have been picked for the 2022 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Tourism Academic Scholarship.
More than half of respondents say their expectations were exceeded on their last leisure trip.
“Hugely disappointing, lacking empathy” – industry groups slam the department’s decision to end the support.
MBIE is oversimplifying the risks around adventure tourism in its proposed changes to adventure regulations, says TIA.
Tourism Summit Aotearoa and the New Zealand Tourism Awards are moving online, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
After seven years in post, TIA’s boss announces his departure and leaves in January.