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The Government needs to provide more than just money if tourism is to have any hope of a decent recovery, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
New Zealand Tourism recovery: Are there lessons from a Fiji-styled ‘Tourism Action Group’?
Now is the time to rethink and reshape tourism for a domestic market, says tourism professor David Simmons.
The Ticker’s Paul Yandall on why there’s hope in the recent past for New Zealand tourism.
Marion Joppe, Law and Economics of Tourism Professor at Canada’s University of Guelph, says outbound tourism and travel to China has been devastated by the coronavirus outbreak with the impact being felt around the world and in many industries.
The minister reflects on 2019 and looks ahead to the Govt’s key priorities for tourism in 2020.
The CEO on last week’s tragic events, the heartwarming community response, and the challenges ahead for tourism.
Tourism growth needs to be productive, sustainable and inclusive, says TIA’s chief executive.
Departing CINZ chief executive Sue Sullivan has a final message for government.
The collapse of Skyline’s sale of Totally Tourism may give the group pause for thought, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
The long-term benefits stemming from the inaugural Lightning Lab Tourism business accelerator are more important than the immediate successes of the cohort, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
How can government make things better for tourism and the local communities impacted by it?
Skyline’s sale of its Totally Tourism business signals the start of a new era for the international operator but what else could be up for sale, asks the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
RAL’s Sky Waka and NTT’s Dark Sky Project are part of a tourism transformation underway in the regions.
Emotions bubbled up at the NZ Hotel Industry Conference last week with the industry tired of what it sees as local government exploitation and central government indifference, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
The industry responds to whether it too needs such a partnership with government.
In a rare public skirmish this week, Regional Tourism NZ and Tourism Industry Aotearoa staked out opposing positions on regional funding for tourism – positions the Ticker’s Paul Yandall believes are both right – and wrong.
Air New Zealand’s call for tourism operators to “follow its lead” by slashing prices is not a sustainable strategy for the sector, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
China has taken a shot across NZ’s economic bow. Industry should prepare for the worst.
Much of the Tourism and Sustainable Development Goals conference challenged industry’s standards and assumptions. That’s a good thing, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
If the past year was charaterised by restructuring, reorganising and a raft of industry initiatives, then this year should be one of results, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
Following this week’s publication of the latest Mood of the Nation survey, the Ticker takes an eyes-wide-open reading of the research and finds reasons for the industry to be fearful – and one to be cheerful.
It’s the airline that will cop the flak, not its workers, writes Paul Yandall.
Destination Canada’s CEO has lessons to share with NZ from that country’s own Year of Tourism with China.
A booming tourism sector and iwi with cash looking to diversify is bringing a new generation of investors into the market, writes the Ticker’s Bridget O’Connell.
By launching the TIAP, ATEED is treading all over NZTE’s Tourism Attractions Project – and it knows it.
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Beyond the expected ambitions, the government has put forward a number of intriguing initiatives.
A major industry initiative launches tomorrow – can it help build a strong, positive visitor culture in NZ?
Following its non-appearance at Luxperience, will recent changes at Tourism NZ help or hinder NZ’s premium market?
The Ticker takes a look at the tourism investment landscape and asks if we have our priorities right.
The Ticker takes the pulse of last week’s TECNZ conference and spots some progress on pressing industry issues.
MBIE has been negligent in the management of its top tourism collection and we may never know the extent of the damage, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
Handing local authorities an alternative to rates funding comes with industry risks.
DOC is under pressure to wring more cash from its estate and guiding operators are next to face a hike in fees.
As RTOs transition to destination management, Hamilton & Waikato Tourism says it been doing it for three years. How has it progressed?
Tourism development consultant Dave Bamford on managing tourism sustainably, the need to strengthen insight and how to fund development.
Among the many success stories that the business events sector is enjoying there is one notable misstep.
Could it have been, possibly, maybe, just slightly, like, the best TRENZ ever? Wherever it ranks, Dunedin put on a #dunnerstunner week, writes the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
The minister of tourism highlights the “tremendous potential” of Māori culture to drive tourism and why a more holistic approach towards growth is now needed.
As some regional tourism organisations face funding cuts or fail to increase budgets, destination and services marketing strategist, Lyn Cheyne, asks who should fund our tourism?
A move by a government funded trust to take over Tourism West Coast has been met by fierce resistance, but Development West Coast’s chief executive, Chris Mackenzie, says integrating the marketing agency into DWC’s economic development work makes perfect sense.
Dr Anthony Brien, senior lecturer in business and hotel management at Lincoln University, asks why, with a visitor ‘met or exceeded satisfaction’ rate of 93.4%, are some people ‘beating up’ the New Zealand tourism industry?
Queenstown Lakes District mayor Jim Boult on the council’s desire to implement a local bed tax, why going to Wellington with a begging bowl every year is not sustainable, and how last week’s forum on freedom camping with tourism minister Kelvin Davis had mixed results.
The New Zealand ski industry is pouring around $200m into assets but it cannot answer a basic question on its value to New Zealand – what does that mean for how investment decisions are being made?
On his last day in post, outgoing Winter Games NZ chief executive Arthur Klap talks about the importance of NZ staging events on the global stage, the challenges around delivering a financial viable fixture and why funding should be linked to more than economic measures of success.
Regional Tourism New Zealand’s Charlie Ives says now is the time for local authorities to step up to help meet the challenges of New Zealand’s booming tourism sector.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa chief executive Chris Roberts on the work underway to protect the industry’s reputation and a major new initiative to promote the sector to the community.
Tourism has overtaken dairy as NZ’s top export earner but is it about to fall as far as that industry in terms of reputation too, asks the Ticker’s Paul Yandall.
The Ticker’s Paul Yandall takes a look back at the leadership changes over the past year and says a sense of industry renewal is the story of 2017.