Tourism Industry Aotearoa has today launched the New Zealand Tourism Sustainability Commitment, establishing eight Goals for the tourism industry to attain by 2025
TIA's Local Government Manifesto 2016 says NZ communities can reap even greater economic and social rewards from international and domestic visitors if councils grasp the opportunity.
Promising start for New Zealand’s Tourism 2025, however more work to be done.
Tourism New Zealand has welcomed the new industry forecasts.
Delegates at the 2014 New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference will find out how the tourism industry’s new Tourism 2025 growth framework can help grow their business and how they can play their part.
Chief Executive of the Tourism Export Council, Lesley Immink, congratulates Martin Snedden and the project team on Tourism 2025 released on Monday 24 March 2014 and agrees that “alignment to the fram...
Wellington’s tourism sector is well positioned to support ambitious national targets set out by the Tourism 2025 framework, released today.
Improving the customer experience and delivering on promised levels of service is a vital cog in the tourism machinery that must not be overlooked.
Air New Zealand welcomes today’s launch of the tourism industry’s new framework to significantly grow the contribution of tourism to New Zealand’s economy.
New Zealand’s tourism industry has today unveiled its goal to contribute $41 billion a year to the economy by 2025, up from $24 billion now.
In a fast-changing global marketplace, New Zealand’s $23.4 billion tourism industry must be ready to evolve and adapt if it is to keep growing its value both to individual operators and to our econom...