Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Buy Side/Sell Side

Buy Side/Sell Side: Always Vacation’s Wanvisa Chantrasmi

Always Vacation's owner and director of sales and marketing, Wanvisa Chantrasmi, on working with film crews coming to New Zealand, the power of social media and business after Tourism New Zealand exited Thailand in December.

Buy Side/Sell Side: Manaaki Adventures’ Hemi Coates

Hemi Coates, owner and director of Mount Maunganui's Manaaki Adventures, is preparing to launch a rugby tours product into the US and Asian markets. He tells us about the unique opportunity of selling NZ rugby culture to the world.

Buy Side/Sell Side: Directional Travel’s Tracey Green

Former Kirra Australia GM, Tracey Green, on setting up her own travel consultancy and management business, lessons from the event space and why operators should be thinking about the pink dollar.

Buy Side/Sell Side: New Zealand Vacations’ Jerry Bridge

Serial travel entrepreneur, Jerry Bridge, on setting up his New Zealand-centric venture 18 months ago, his plans to expand into Australia and the best way to tackle the American visitor market.

Buy Side/Sell Side: Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s David Hurst

Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s international sales manager, David Hurst, on a new high-end guided walk and glamping product, ‘NZ fatigue’ among offshore agents, and a shift towards greater integration of Ngāi Tahu values across the...

Buy Side/Sell Side: Australiareiser’s Martin Jespersen

Scandinavian travel agent and New Zealand specialist, Australiareiser's Martin Jespersen, on the challenges around OTAs, his front line NZ marketing efforts, and how to convince visitors to come outside the peak.

Buy Side/Sell Side: General Travel’s Anna Black

General Travel executive director and new Tourism Export Council president, Anna Black, on the needs of the growing Indian market, why group travel is good business and light at the end of the tunnel for the GST on margins debate.

Buy Side/Sell Side: Cardrona Alpine Resort’s Mat Woods

Cardrona Alpine Resort's head of sales, Mat Woods, on developing the Chinese market, the resort's $15m investment programme coming to fruition, a new year-round product and tapping into the trend for an alpine experience.
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