Building connections with local iwi is the right thing to do, says Michael Shah, director of sales and marketing, Cordis, Auckland.
A visit to Wellington last week confirmed for him that Cordis is ‘on the right track’ in its efforts to pursue stronger connections with tangata whenua, Ngāti Whātua.
Shah attended the Tourism Summit Aotearoa, then a Cordis-hosted function for the hotel’s Wellington-based clientele. Shah says he was impressed that so many speakers at the Tourism Summit were fluent in te reo, and expressed a hope that in the future his own team could be similarly
Winners from the National Travel Industry Awards (NTIA) have been quick to thank others involved in their success – including teams, award sponsors and the Travel Agents Association of New Zealand (TAANZ) which organises the massive event.
The Air New Zealand Holidays Travel Broker brand is ‘very much alive and active’ in the industry after 17 brokers moved to NZ Travel Brokers under the new partnership with Air New Zealand, say NZTB directors Steve Lee and Guy Flynn in a joint statement.
It was a keen bunch of cyclists that hit the slopes of One Tree Hill in Auckland early last Saturday morning when Team Cordis Orange had their first training ride together in preparation for this year’s Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge in November.
The push to an increasing desire for traveller self booking, using an array of tools, greater knowledge and awareness of risk for at risk destinations are among the trends being seen by Orbit World of Travel Christchurch.
The three mountains under the New Zealand Ski banner took the snow from the South Island to Auckland for a launch party last week.
SO Auckland is set to open in the latter part of 2018. Located in the heart of Auckland’s central business district and neighbour to the Britomart precinct and waterfront, SO Auckland occupies the once home of the Reserve Bank housing the country’s gold stockpile.