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: April 2017

  • Christchurch Airport has signed a MoU with Alibaba, the world’s largest retail commerce company, to connect small and regional NZ businesses with Chinese visitors before, during and after their visit, opening up the power of micro exporting.
    Posted: Friday 21 April 2017
  • New products at TRENZ 2017
    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, according to organiser TIA.
    Posted: Thursday 20 April 2017
  • Merger creates new active tourism brand
    Adventure tourism companies Go Orange, Queenstown Rafting and Kiwi Discovery are merging to form a strong active tourism brand under the Go Orange name.
    Posted: Wednesday 12 April 2017
  • More visitor accommodation is the highest priority infrastructure needed to support the future growth of New Zealand’s booming tourism industry, new research has found.
    Posted: Wednesday 12 April 2017
  • Holiday Parks sector worth more than $1 billion to NZ economy
    Visitors staying at holiday parks contribute more than $1 billion a year to New Zealand’s economy, new research carried out for Holiday Parks New Zealand (HAPNZ) has found.
    Posted: Tuesday 4 April 2017