NEWS & UPDATES
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Chinese New Zealanders domestic travel survey 2018
More than 90% of Chinese New Zealanders took at least one domestic holiday trip in the past 12 months, spending approximately $315 million, according to a February 2018 survey prepared by Trace Research (NZ).
New tool to grow domestic tourism
TIA media release - 22 November 2016
An exciting new online tool and website to accelerate growth in New Zealand’s $20 billion domestic tourism sector, and encourage Kiwis travellers to visit more regions year round, went live today.
New tool to activate domestic tourism
TIA media release - 9 November 2016
A new and innovative online tool has been developed to help New Zealand’s tourism industry maximise the value it gets out of domestic tourism and encourage Kiwi travellers to visit more regions year round.
Tourism Summit Aotearoa presentation
Colmar Brunton - Activating domestic tourism - 9 November 2016
Colmar Brunton told the Summit's delegates about the robust insight behind DGiT, and how this innovative online tool will help them activate domestic tourism.
Regional Tourism Organisations New Zealand conference presentation
Colmar Brunton - November 2016
Colmar Brunton told RTOs about the insight behind DGiT and how to use the new tool.
Activating domestic tourism
TIA media release – 5 Aug 2016
New Zealand tourism businesses and promotional agencies will soon have a new and innovative online tool to help them activate domestic tourism.
TIA manifesto urges councils to grasp tourism opportunity
TIA media release – 11 Jul 2016
TIA's Local Government Manifesto 2016 says communities across the country can reap even greater economic and social rewards from international and domestic visitors if councils grasp the opportunity.
Maximising the potential of domestic travel
TIA media release – 16 Oct 2015
Delivering at least a $9 billion increase in annual domestic tourism spend by 2025 is the goal for an industry group brought together by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA).