Find out about Indigenous Peoples Week August 6-12, the 2nd annual celebration of social media storytelling about indigenous peoples and tourism around the world.
Special Areas of Interest for the New Zealand Tourism Industry
Gina Paladini offers ways for tourism businesses to capitalise on the upcoming “The Hobbit” movie as a way to boost tourism to New Zealand
Anna Pollock continues her discussion on Conscious Travel and why the Tourism industry can and will change it’s operating model
Anna Pollock offers her thoughts and predictions for 2012 regarding business, capitalism and the Conscious Travel movement providing further thought provoking considerations for tourism entrepreneurs.
Responsible Tourism Week is an online unconference exploring down-to-earth applications of noble concepts including responsible tourism, conscious travel, local travel and ecotourism with practical and inexpensive social media. Everyone’s invited.
The operating model that has created a global tourism industry is dying and a new model is emerging. The rules of the game are being re-invented, right now.
Auckland – It’s too soon to tell about the lasting legacies of the Rugby World Cup, but the Auckland Council has published its Rugby World Cup Evaluation Report.
Some interesting tourism case study videos recommended by James Hacon
It’s all over now and we’d love your feedback – vote on our poll and provide any thoughts you have about the impact on tourism businesses from the Rugby World Cup 2011.
Now that the Rugby World Cup has kicked off and there have been thousands of supporters travelling around New Zealand during September it’s a good time to gauge how this influx has benefited tourism operators.