The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment today published the 2016 Convention Delegate Survey, which showed multi-day conventions continue to prove valuable in bringing visitors to New Zealand and its regions.
Over 140 people packed a school hall in Mt Eden, Auckland yesterday to take part in the final event of the People’s Commission on Public Broadcasting and Media - a crowdfunded public inquiry into the state of public broadcasting and media in New Zealand.
Auckland Council’s proposed $28 million targeted rate on commercial accommodation would have massive unintended consequences for the city and must be dropped, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.
Fonterra’s Australian business is in good shape and performing well, says Fonterra Australia managing director René Dedoncker.
The increasing presence of large-scale corporate entities in New Zealand’s commercial and industrial property sector, combined with a tightening in the lending criteria by the retail banks for small to medium-sized borrowers, has seen Bayleys Valuations Services appoint two new director’s to
Hutt Valley business confidence in New Zealand’s economy has improved according to the latest Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Confidence Survey, sponsored by Red Hot Business Coaching.
Z Energy’s nation-wide Z branded network is adopting a new point of sale technology so it can serve customers faster.
New Zealand’s apple and pear industry has welcomed the Government’s new trade strategy, Trade Agenda 2030, released by the Prime Minister on Friday.
An agreement to boost New Zealand-China trade was today signed by Customs Minister Nicky Wagner and China’s Ambassador, His Excellency Mr Wang Lutong.
Trade Minister Todd McClay says the electronic-commerce arrangement signed with China today will help New Zealand’s digital exports rise up the value chain and has the potential to be a big win for the wider digital economy.
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