For the past two years Auckland’s SKYCITY Convention Centre has hosted MEETINGS, but next year New Zealand’s largest business tourism trade exhibition will shift to Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.
New Zealand could have three new convention centres up and running by 2019, says Conventions and Incentives New Zealand chief executive Alan Trotter at the opening of MEETINGS 2013 in Auckland yesterday.
New Zealand’s business tourism industry is holding its biggest ever trade show this week, with record numbers of buyers and exhibitors scheduled to attend MEETINGS 2013.
The international convention centre is desperately needed and long overdue, says Conventions and Incentives New Zealand
New Zealand cannot afford any more delays to the planned New Zealand international convention centre at SkyCity in Auckland, says the group representing the country’s business tourism interests.
The movie scene style landscapes and world of experiences that await visitors to New Zealand will be showcased by New Zealand’s business tourism industry in Melbourne next month.
The business events and tourism industries have welcomed New Zealand Prime Minister John Key’s announcement that a new convention centre will be built in Christchurch in a prime central location near the Avon river.
Organisers say that over two days, a trade show aimed at promoting New Zealand’s multi-million dollar business tourism industry has led to some promising new connections being made.
With a record number of exhibitors, the biggest business tourism expo in New Zealand’s history has kicked off in Auckland today with hopes of an announcement on two new convention centres for the country.
Meetings 2012, New Zealand’s premier business tourism exhibition will offer nearly 20 new exhibitors this year in Auckland
Meetings 2012 is shaping up to be the most diverse showcase yet of New Zealand’s business tourism sector with an unprecedented number of small, independent businesses and many of the smaller regions are also looking to boost their presence so they can tak
The New Zealand business tourism sector’s showcase event, Meetings, returns to Auckland in 2012, with organisers predicting it will attract one of the largest turn-outs ever.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has announced the Government has entered negotiations with SkyCity to build the country’s national convention centre in the heart of Auckland’s CBD.
As the meetings and incentives market has picked up internationally, New Zealand is firmly back on the map as a destination as MeetingsNZ opens in Auckland.