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Tourism Industry Aotearoa has hired a communications advisor and two part-time sustainability advocates.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is calling on Christchurch City Council to boost funding for events in its 2018-2028 Draft Long-Term Plan.
An 18% jump in tourism-generated GST has prompted the Tourism Industry Aotearoa to repeats calls for a chunk of this tax to be reinvested in infrastructure.
New job vacancy data illustrates the difficulties tourism and hospitality businesses are facing to find good staff, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.
Tourism businesses around New Zealand are being invited to discuss the big challenges and opportunities facing them and their region at a series of events organised by Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
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Auckland will host hundreds of influential international tourism representatives next week to an afternoon of exciting activities, ranging from a face to face encounter with a shark to an afternoon of decadence at a local hotel.
New Zealanders are increasingly concerned with international visitors numbers and the associated pressure this puts on the country, despite 96% believing tourism was good for the country overall.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s chief executive, Chris Roberts, calls on the inbound and hotel sectors to work together to optimise tourism opportunities.
Listen to Tourism Industry Aotearoa’s chief executive Chris Roberts tell the Ticker’s Paul Yandall why the association commissioned the National Tourism Infrastructure Assessment and the report’s major findings.
Auckland’s “poorly designed” targeted rate has been slammed as a “disaster” with “massive unintended consequences” in a raft of industry submissions.
Two tourism industry leaders have been appointed to a ministerial advisory group as part of a new trade strategy that places a focus on services exports.
Ahead of the consultation period on the measure drawing to a close on 27th March who fared best from the latest round in the ring?
The Tourism Industry Association’s Chris Roberts questions the fairness of Auckland mayor Phil Goff’s proposed targeted accommodation rate, which could see some operators hit with rate increases of 250% or more.
A social media campaign targeting young freedom campers is proving highly successful in its first month.
The Tourism Industry Association and Regional Tourism Organisations New Zealand have welcomed the release of a report into the funding of tourism infrastructure.