For the last two years, Tourism New Zealand has been leading the parade celebrating the emerging markets for tourism businesses. Of these new markets, the spotlight is brightly shining on the Chinese traveller.
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In recent years the cruise ship market visiting New Zealand has developed considerably with larger numbers of ships and visitors than ever before choosing to visit our shores in their floating hotel. How can the industry make the most of this shift in how visitors come here?
TRENZ, the New Zealand tourism industry’s most important annual event, will for the first time ever, be located in New Zealand’s strongest visitor region, at the Queenstown Events Centre, 22-25 May 2011.
Details of the 2011 New Zealand Inbound Tourism Conference and the New Zealand Inbound Tourism Symposium have been released by ITOC.
Rob Grieve describes a recent visit to Samoa written from the perspective of being an inbound tour operator with some useful insights into what you could expect if including Samoa as part of an itinerary for clients.
With the future looking bright for the China outbound travel market to continually grow it makes sense for New Zealand tourism organisations to develop strategies to target the China travel market
If you want to become an inbound operator creating itineraries for overseas clients coming to New Zealand, then you’ll find some good tips from Jeremy Zinzan to help you on your way.
Part 1 dealt with how to target international markets using the internet. The other way is through ‘traditional channels’ such as international travel wholesalers and inbound operators (IBO’s). Sounds easy right?
Part 1 of a 2 part article focusing on strategies to promote your tourism business to international markets. Part 1 looks at internet marketing strategies.
After being both a tour guide, managing a Tour Company and spending a year being a traveller myself I have a pretty good understanding of what makes the difference between a good trip and a great trip to a country.