Entries are now open for the 2010 Tourism Awards which have been revamped to seek “an innovation focus” from entrants.
Some of the upcoming New Zealand Tourism Industry Events
If you followed the TRENZ Blog in 2009 you are probably already on to it again for 2010. For those who didn’t, the blog is back online for 2010 and written by Ruth Atherley from AHA Creative in Canada.
The main objective of the E Tourism Conference is to create awareness, educate and update the travel industry with the latest e-travel strategies. This will enable tourism providers to achieve maximum return on their advertising investment and teach them how to do this effectively in the minimum time necessary.
The annual Holiday Parks Conference and Trade Exhibition for 2010 will be held in Rotorua 22-24 June at the Distinction Hotel. Find out more about registration and Exhibition information…
The 2010 Annual Conference for MANZ members (Moteliers Association of New Zealand) will be held in Hamilton from 29 July to 1 August at the Novotel Tainui.
The annual B&B conference by the @home B&B group will be in Wellington from 24-27 June at the Brentwood Hotel. Check out the website for the conference for registration and full details.
The annual conference and Trade Fair Expo for 2010 will be held in Auckland from 28-30 September. You can view details and request an information pack from their website.
The 4th Annual NZ Hotel Industry Conference has been confirmed for Thursday 13 May 2010 at the SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre. The co-hosts, NZ Hotel Council, Horwath HTL and Simpson Grierson, are expecting approximately 300 delegates, sponsors and exhibitors to attend the conference. The day will follow a similar format to the successful 2009 conference […]
The Inbound Tour Operators Council annual conference for 2010 will be held in Blenheim at the Marlborough Convention Centre from 17-18 August.
Travel Rendezvous New Zealand (TRENZ) is the largest international showcase of New Zealand’s leading tourism and travel specialists and is organised by the Tourism Industry Association. In 2010 it will be once again held in Auckland from 24-27 May.