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Two Tourism New Zealand board roles are expected to come up this week.
A trio of tourism organisations have taken steps to tackle their greenhouse gas emissions and boost their green credentials.
The impact of the Delta variant was starting to be seen in sentiment in July even before it was detected in Auckland in August.
Tourism New Zealand has launched a data resource to help the tourism industry access insights that could help businesses grow.
The tourism industry is overly reliant on government, subservient to political change, and has no strong unified direction, says former Tourism New Zealand boss George Hickton.
Social media spend is the biggest component in a year when the agency marketed mainly at home.
The agency is reducing its presence in South America and Asia, says CEO René de Monchy.
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.
Tourism New Zealand has opened requests for proposals for a global email and direct marketing tender.
Tourism New Zealand’s visitor information brand has lost more than a dozen offices since the pandemic struck.
Tourism New Zealand says it has four areas of focus to further develop the domestic work it started a year ago.
And stimulating the domestic market remains a top priority for the agency, says chief executive René de Monchy.
The minister tells the Ticker why he wants tourism to be more than ‘kayaking, bushwalking, and Milford Sound’.
Tourism New Zealand has been allocated $112m from Budget 2021, more than 40% of the total government funding for the portfolio.
Tourism New Zealand has turned on its new Recharge Season campaign, which asks Kiwis to take an ‘active break’ instead of a ‘flop and drop’.
The lack of a new Tourism New Zealand campaign into the Australian market following the start of the trans-Tasman bubble has raised questions in Parliament.
Development West Coast hosted the Tourism New Zealand board for a day meeting tourism stakeholders and operators in the region.
The agency says it is “excited to explore opportunities” with Amazon to promote NZ in key visitor markets.
‘Active Recharge’ will target Kiwis who can holiday outside typical travel periods.
Statisticians will have some different data to crunch as international visitors begin to return.
A new creative platform is scheduled for early May lift-off, says Tourism New Zealand general manager for Australia, Andrew Waddel.
Richie and Gemma McCaw team up with TNZ to list their top 10 must-do’s in New Zealand.
TNZ goes inhouse to promote René de Monchy to the top job at the national marketing body.
Tourism New Zealand has wasted no time launching a campaign in Australia to attract visitors from across the ditch.
Tourism New Zealand will host a webinar on Wednesday 7 April on what quarantine-free travel with Australia could mean for tourism.
An industry poll shows circumstances must improve to avoid a wave of failures.
New SOI for Crown entity covers next four years, submissions from the public close on 9 April.
Around 70% of Kiwis plan a holiday within NZ in the upcoming year, shows research from Kantar and TNZ.
But the domestic market remains “incredibly important”, says Tourism New Zealand’s interim CEO.
The Taxpayers’ Union is slamming Tourism New Zealand for spending $918,000 on a video of Rod Stewart singing a song for America’s Cup fans, saying taxpayers have been “shafted”.
The agency has invested $918k to create a unique event for the regatta.
MBIE said it was satisfied with the process “given the pace and urgency in which it was delivered”.
Refocused webinars, advisory support services, and industry updates are among the measures being taken by Tourism New Zealand to support the industry.
Stephen England-Hall’s move to Wayfare Group surprised many but for Tourism New Zealand’s former chief executive going now is as good a time as any.
Relocating from Auckland to Queenstown, England-Hall began his role as the new chief executive on Monday 1 February.
Operators now wanted to leave behind an industry that focused too much on the dollar, shows research from TNZ.
Operators need to deepen the standard issue international experience to keep the domestic market interested, according to Tourism New Zealand research.
TNZ has launched a campaign with comedian Tom Sainsbury, poking fun at Instagram cliches while asking Kiwis to “share something new” on social media.
Tourism New Zealand’s interim CEO outlines the agency’s top priorities and challenges for the year ahead.
And they are considering coming in the first six months once travel restrictions lift, says TNZ’s Australia GM.
Australia’s bigger budget destination marketers will compete fiercely for Kiwis.
New research into perceptions of tourism and an Australia update are the focus of Tourism New Zealand’s first industry webinars of the year.
Tourism New Zealand’s René de Monchy is now the acting chief executive of Tourism New Zealand.
The number of TNZ staff being paid $100k or more has jumped by 10%, with pay packets at the top end of the table rising significantly.
Those on the West Coast are the most pessimistic, according to Tourism New Zealand’s latest industry survey.
That will leave a $12.9bn revenue hole for the sector due to the lack of international tourists, says Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand commercial director René de Monchy has been appointed interim chief executive following the resignation of Stephen England-Hall last month.
New Zealand Story has launched an international awareness campaign modelling campaigns from Tourism New Zealand and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.
Tourism New Zealand rebranded its social channels to 100% Pure Kindness on World Kindness Day on 13 November.
Tourism New Zealand lays out the necessary skills in a request for headhunting services.