Tourism New Zealand calls for kiwi emoji, cleverly creates a “workaround”
New Zealand’s official tourism body said it felt a bit left out on World Emoji Day this year, so it took matters into its own hands.
New Zealand launches brilliant tourism campaign just as it pauses quarantine-free travel from NSW
by Huntley Mitchell
Tourism New Zealand has suffered some very unfortunate timing with the launch of its new tourism campaign directed at Aussies.
Travel industry reacts to New Zealand’s trans-Tasman bubble announcement
The announcement of quarantine-free travel from Australia to NZ has been met with plenty of positive reactions from all corners of the industry. We’ve gathered just about all of them for your perusal.
Travel industry leaders to share their top marketing tips via new initiative
by Sponsored by Are Media
Keen for some pointers on restoring confidence with the travelling public from a few industry leaders? Read on…
Tourism New Zealand releases cheeky ad poking fun at generic travel selfies
We’ve all seen them; the ‘hot dog legs’, the ‘hot tub back shot’, and the ‘follow me’ angle often accompanied by a fedora. Watch all these social media trends get picked to pieces in this hilarious campaign.
Tourism New Zealand shows off new marketing hub for Aussie agents
Are your current NZ marketing assets looking a little dated and in need of a refresh? Let the makeover begin with this.
Air NZ and Tourism NZ search for eighth Wonder of the World in fun new safety video
The Travel Weekly team can guarantee that Air New Zealand’s latest safety video is a lot better than that cringeworthy rapping effort with Julian Dennison.
Tourism Australia’s marketing team recognised with prestigious award
While it’s been a tough year for Australia’s tourism industry, its lead organisation had something to celebrate about on Friday night.
Tourism New Zealand rebrands to celebrate kindness
Want to brighten your Monday morning by scrolling through countless stories about human kindness? Who are we kidding – it’s 2020, and of course you do.
Tourism NZ and Air NZ are prepping for two-way trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ to form in Q1 2021
by Huntley Mitchell
While hope still remains for the trans-Tasman bubble to become two-way before Christmas, both Tourism New Zealand and Air New Zealand are expecting it to take a little longer.
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