Tourism New Zealand has launched a $575k campaign to help attract visitors to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 starting in July.
Kiwibank co-founder and its former CEO, Paul Brock, will take over from Jamie Tuuta.
Geopolitical conflict and the cost of living are having an impact on decision-making and consumers’ travel readiness, new research from TNZ shows.
Tourism New Zealand is ending its domestic research work, leaving a hole in being able to see how Kiwis perceive travelling at home.
The agency manages to maintain its budget for the 2023-24 year.
Travel sellers from key visitor markets including Singapore, Japan, Korea, India, North America, the UK, Germany and Australia have visited regions around New Zealand.
After three years of campaigning at home, it will focus only on promoting the country overseas from 1 July.
Tourism New Zealand wanted to continue domestic marketing work as part of its portfolio approach to key visitor markets.
“Ultimately, it’s a decision for MBIE and the minister on what they want as the future role for Tourism New Zealand” – René de Monchy.
Christchurch Airport and Tourism New Zealand have formed a three-year partnership to grow tourism in the South Island.
NZ’s reputation as an outdoor experiential destination could help drive Chinese visitation.
Tourism New Zealand has launched an industry survey to understand what needs there are around relevant, timely and useful information and insight related to its work.
The tourism recovery will take “multiple years” to return to stability despite early indications of strong demand, says René de Monchy.
Holiday parks have seen certification decline, prompting fears they may be missing out on valuable TNZ activities.
Kiwi Link North America 2022 has wrapped up in Los Angeles, marking a successful end to the first Tourism New Zealand trade event in the United States since the pandemic.
The desire to travel to New Zealand remains strong in ‘active considerers’ with airfares and Covid disruption the top concerns for overseas markets, according to a Tourism New Zealand analysis.
Tourism New Zealand is recruiting a minimum of 40 operators to go to the US in July to help reignite the international travel trade.
Tourism New Zealand’s CEO looks back on 2021 and outlines the agency’s priorities and challenges for the year ahead.
International airlines need to know in Q1 next year so they can include New Zealand for summer 2022-23.
Qualmark will be getting some Covid-19 lessons from abroad with the return of Steve Dixon to New Zealand take up the GM role.
Tourism New Zealand has created its own online hub for operators to offer consumers experiences as gifts.
Tourism New Zealand is hosting the Hui Kaihāpai Virtual Travel Expo for New Zealand specialists in Australia.
Two Tourism New Zealand board roles are expected to come up this week.