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Tourism Industry Aotearoa pulls the biggest industry event of the year.
The govt’s plan sets out its priorities for the sector – what should we take from it?
The sector’s major associations have welcomed the new plan, with some saying it was long overdue.
TRENZ 2020 will be held at at Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, from Monday 18 to Thursday 21 May next year.
The new plan sets out the govt’s priorities for the sector for the years ahead.
The ministry’s New Zealand Tourism Forecasts for 2019 – 2025 put visitor arrival growth at 4% per annum to hit 5.1m visitors in 2025.
Increasing numbers of visitors continue to flock to New Zealand’s conservation estate, growing at more than double the pace of overall New Zealand visitor numbers, according to the Department of MORE »
Tourism NZ’s new chair on the evolution of the agency’s work.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is on the hunt for funding to deliver a $1.9m three-year package of initiatives to attract New Zealanders to tourism careers.
Eight burgeoning tourism startups have been selected to tackle the industry’s productivity, cultural, environmental and social challenges in the first ever Lightning Lab business accelerator for tourism.
TIA’s refreshed growth strategy sets an ambitious new target and places greater emphasis on sustainability.
Tool has been developed to support investment and product development in NZ’s $39bn tourism industry
Around 1500 delegates packed into Rotorua’s Te Puia last night for an evening of networking and nibbles for the launch of 2019 TRENZ.
The govt’s Tourism Strategy, TIA’s revamped growth framework and the unveiling of a new TNZ campaign are on the agenda.
New boutique accommodation, gourmet dining options for group travel and wildlife experiences are just some of the new Waikato products being showcased at TRENZ 2019.
The award-winning event maestro on the evolution and the complexities of staging NZ’s biggest tourism showcase, TRENZ.
Sustainability will be writ large at next week’s annual tourism showcase in Rotorua.
More than 40 new products ranging from a Queenstown craft beer tour through to a sunrise visit to the Cape Kidnappers Gannet Colony will be on show at TRENZ 2019.
The net has been cast wider for this year’s showcase with 386 buyers from 30 markets booked to attend.
From new waka experiences to rafting and heli tours, more than 40 operators will be making their debut at this year’s TRENZ.
TRENZ is expected to pump more than $10m of additional business into the 2018 host regions of Dunedin, Waitaki and Southland, according to a post-event report.
The Ticker breaks down tourism minister Kelvin Davis’ views on the big issues in the sector.
TRENZ 2018 came to a rousing end last night as hundreds of delegates helped bring down the house at the Dunedin Town Hall.
Christchurch International Airport is deepening its push into the Chinese visitor market using a travel website linked to e-commerce giant Alibaba.
A predicted 37% increase in international visitors to New Zealand over the next six years has raised concerns that under-pressure infrastructure will be pushed to “breaking point”.
The New Zealand tourism industry needs to transitions from being focused on creating growth to optimising value from the $36bn sector.
Tourism New Zealand plans to boost to regional growth by $1bn by 2023.
Around 1500 industry professionals were welcomed to TRENZ at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr stadium yesterday evening.
In March there was Ed, this month there is TRENZ. NZ’s four-day tourism roadshow kicks-off tonight with Dunedin set to welcome more than 1,500 delegates for the annual event.
TRENZ is to return to Rotorua next year, and will be held in Christchurch in 2020.
Hundreds of international tourism marketers will get the chance to experience the best that Dunedin has to offer visitors during the TRENZ 2018 conference in two weeks.
A Steampunk museum, an innovative camping option, an adventure business founded to grow the confidence of urbanites in the outdoors, and an all-in-one 3D Trick Art Gallery are among the 49 new tourism products that will be on show at TRENZ 2018.
Booming international interest in New Zealand is attracting more overseas travel marketers to TRENZ, the premier annual business event for New Zealand’s $36 billion tourism industry.
Tourism and hospitality operators in the lower South Island are “absolutely fizzing” following the announcement that Dunedin will debut as host city for TRENZ 2018.
UK-based buyers have shrugged off the uncertainty surrounding Brexit as New Zealand maintains its pre-eminent place in British tourist plans.
US buyers attending TRENZ next week are seeking a mix of increasingly higher-value experiences to meet growing demand from the North American market.
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.
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In the first in a series of articles in the lead-up to TRENZ, the Ticker talks to international buyers attending the conference and asks what they’re looking for and why.
Tourism New Zealand will be out in full force at TRENZ next week supporting the tourism industry’s most important international event of the year.
A world first extreme adventure activity, operators taking visitors off the beaten track and an upscale hotel returning to Christchurch are amongst the new tourism products that will be on show at TRENZ 2017.
New Zealand’s continuing popularity as a visitor destination is fuelling demand for international travel and tourism buyers wanting to come to TRENZ 2017.