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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.
There are lessons to be learnt from how Aucklanders were treated when they started travelling again.
Tourism New Zealand’s Good Morning World campaign as won a New Zealand Effie award.
TNZ’s boss is leaving the agency to lead Queenstown-based group Wayfare.
Dozens of operators feature in Tourism New Zealand’s new $1.17m summer domestic tourism campaign fronted by comedy duo Madeleine Sami and Jackie van Beek.
How the agency plans to entice visitors from Australia when the borders open.
Tourism Central Otago hosted eight members of Tourism New Zealand’s senior executive team and members of the board on a visit to Central Otago last week.
Tourism New Zealand chief executive Stephen England-Hall says it took “some effort” to get the message through to Government of the value of inbound tour operators.
The safety video would be out later this year and feature local actors as well as Air New Zealand cabin crew.
GM of destination Steve Armitage hopes to “make it difficult” for other regions to attract visitors from the city.
But they do not consider themselves tourists, according to new research.
Tourism New Zealand is forecasting a bumper domestic summer season but slates 2024 for a full recovery in international demand, according to its latest scenerio modelling of the future tourism recovery.
TNZ’s ‘Good Morning World’ has been named the “best and most effective” campaign in the world.
But it also saw Govt more than double the number of ITOs it initially planned to support.
Tourism New Zealand is launching a series of case studies from tourism businesses.
The Government recently announced a $36m project to upgrade and extend the Inia William Tuuta Memorial Airport on the island.
Youth travel is going to be vitally important to the recovery, says TNZ director of commercial Rene de Monchy.
Tourism New Zealand will hit the road in October to update industry on its work and its long-term strategy.
Tourism New Zealand’s Good Morning World has been deemed the ‘world’s most effective global marketing campaign’ in the Global Effie: Multi-Region competition.
New Zealand tourism operators and products from across the country will be showcased in a new series of videos as part of a campaign from Tourism New Zealand.
Convincing potential Chinese travellers they will not be discriminated against when they land in New Zealand is a key issue for Tourism New Zealand.
Tourism New Zealand has released its first Spotify album, Mindful Journeys, designed to transport listeners virtually around the country.
NZ has maintained strong appeal among British and German travellers despite closed borders, says Tourism New Zealand.
The sudden halt to new airline routes between the US and NZ has hit travel sellers.
At a time when competition for brand and share of voice was increasing, it was crucial the brand was kept front and centre amongst travel sellers.
NZ is seen as the next best opportunity outside of domestic travel for Aus agents.
CEO Stephen England-Hall says it is another challenge for the agency and sector to overcome.
Senior-friendly products and promotions are being developed to entice those who would normally holiday abroad.
The agency says it is ready for a travel bubble although it is up against stiff competition from the Australian states.
Government marketing agency said that it is up against a “big fight at the moment” as destinations across the world pour money into campaigns in an attempt to keep their locations top of mind for when international travel restrictions are lifted.
Air New Zealand has partnered with Tourism New Zealand on the second phase of its Do something new, New Zealand winter campaign to encourage New Zealanders to hit the slopes.
The August edition of Kia Ora magazine has been produced in partnership with long term partner Tourism New Zealand.