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Tourism Industry Aotearoa has launched its TRENZ Connect online platform, bringing together the international travel trade with market-ready New Zealand operators.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is launching its TRENZ Connect platform this week.
The hospitality industry was in the stages of a nascent recovery in the months leading up to the current lockdown, according to Stuart Nash.
Membership income drops 41% as the sector continues to suffer because of the pandemic.
With borders possibly closed for another summer, some operators are close to breaking point, says TIA’s Chris Roberts.
While the planned move to Covid-19 alert level 3 is welcome, it’s only at level 2 that people can start travelling.
Registrations are now open for Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s annual general meeting, which will be held online from 5.30pm to 6pm on Tuesday 31 August due to the Delta outbreak.
The events have been pushed back by the current Covid-19 outbreak.
There’s relief at seeing a plan but also acknowledgement that it won’t be a smooth path back.
A plan operators can use to prepare for the reopening of borders is top of the wishlist.
International tourism spend could still be below $4bn by 2024, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s boss.
Six individuals and 23 tourism businesses and organisations have made the shorlist.
As the pandemic disruption continues for the tourism industry, some operators are struggling to cope with the strain caused by the ongoing uncertainty.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has opened nominations for its board of directors.
As well as boosting tourism, NZ will also be a top contender for training camps and events.
Tourism minister Stuart Nash to speak on 1 September.
Tourism organisations and RTOs are urged to put the Māori at the centre of the visitor experience.
TIA boss says the Wellington Covid case serves as a reminder that Covid-19 is still very present.
Tourism Summit Aotearoa will be held in the Waikato for the first time on 1 September.
Tourism may have to aim for ‘high quality’ over ‘high value’ to address challenges.
More people travel for a break, but fewer travel overall for events in year to March 2021.
Land transport operators suffered the largest fall with revenue down 77%, according to an industry survey.
New Zealand saw more than 30,000 arrivals in the first nine days of the trans-Tasman bubble with 20,000 now departed, according to Stats NZ data.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s latest survey on the state of the sector closes midnight tonight.
The association says the industry needs a start date now and the delay is “disappointing” and “frustrating”.
NZ’s largest annual tourism trade expo will focus on three themes: ‘Revive, Reconnect, Revitalise’.
We’ve had a “torrid time”, says David Gatward-Ferguson, MD of the award winning operator.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa chief executive Chris Roberts has been selected as one of 13 New Zealand and Australian Association Influencers in 2020.
Half of Kiwis travelled domestically for a holiday or short break in the second half of 2020, compared to 42% for the six months to December 2019, according to new research.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment’s latest report will not please everyone but deserves a hearing.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has welcome the Auditor-General’s inquiry into the Government’s Strategic Tourism Assets Protection Programme.
Chris Roberts outlines this year’s priorities and notes the anger caused by MBIE’s advice against more tourism support.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has awarded scholarships worth $4500 each to two students to help them complete their final year of study.
The Sir Jack Newman Award recognises an industry leader who has completed considerable service to the tourism industry.
Tourism is facing nearly $13bn in lost spending due to the border closures.
The “‘lumpy” nature of domestic tourism means many of the roles that need to be filled are part-time and temporary.
The operators will advise TIA on issues affecting small and micro tourism businesses.
New tourism minister Stuart Nash will present the opening address at this year’s Tourism Summit Aotearoa.
The incoming Government must provide a roadmap for recovery for the sector and both supply and demand support, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
There is a risk of labour and skill shortages in the tourism sector if we permanently lose staff displaced by Covid-19.
While New Zealand’s overall greenhouse gas emissions fell by 1.1% between 2007 and 2018, tourism emissions increased by 16.3%.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa expects its intrest-free loan scheme for adventure tourism operators to cost less than $80,000.
The incoming Government must be bold in overhauling conservation legislation in the interests of both the natural environment and tourism.
The association challenges the Govt’s Tourism Futures Taskforce to take “bold steps” to address industry issues.
Queenstown Lakes’ mayor and TIA call on the Govt to relax the restrictions to help struggling operators.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has underlined the need for a true partnership between industry and government as it looks to a post-election rebuild of the battered tourism industry.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is planning to hold its annual summit on 17 November, with Air New Zealand chief executive Greg Foran lined up as a speaker.
The final quarter of FY20 saw the association “turn full focus to the pandemic” as the industry came to a standstill.
The refreshed TSC set out 12 commitments and outlined actions businesses could take to build more resilient, engaged and sustainable organisations.
Tourism businesses are suffering large financial hits while the Covid-19 alert level 3 for Auckland continues, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.