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TRENZ to return after three-year absence

Event expected to generate $1743 of economic benefit per minute across four days

Registrations have opened for what Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) describes as the most significant international trade event on New Zealand’s tourism calendar, TRENZ 2023.

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Taking place in Ōtautahi Christchurch for the first time since 2006, venue for TRENZ next year will be the city’s world-class Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre from May 8-11.

The event is expected to generate $174 of economic impact a minute for the four days  the event is in taking place with ongoing benefits for the city’s and New Zealand’s tourism industry.

TIA Chief Executive, Rebecca Ingram said TRENZ is an opportunity for New Zealand’s tourism industry to show the world how it has evolved and reorientated over recent years, with a real focus on regenerative tourism.

“Increasingly, our visitors have expectations that our industry will be acting sustainably, and we expect to see a lot of interest from international Buyers in our many sustainable tourism offerings,” she said.

The event programme will run over four consecutive days and will include opportunities to hear from industry leaders about the shape of the New Zealand tourism industry and New Zealand’s plans to build a high value tourism industry.

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