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Young leaders to be given voice at TIA Summit

PM and Tourism Minister to attend first in-person Tourism Summit Aotearoa since 2020

Offering a fresh perspective on the future of New Zealand’s tourism, a highlight of the forthcoming Tourism Summit Aotearoa taking place in Kirikiriroa Hamilton will be a presentation given by a panel of young leaders.

Special guests at the Summit, the first in-person summit since 2020, will be Prime Minister,  Jacinda Ardern accompanied by Tourism Minister, Stuart Nash.

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Other speakers include Chief Strategy Officer of Mindshare Australia, Catherine Rushton;  Switzerland Tourism Director Australia & New Zealand, Livio Goetz, and New Zealand’s Chief Operating Officer of FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™, Jane Patterson.

TIA Chief Executive, Rebecca Ingram

Tourism Industry Aotearoa Chief Executive, Rebecca Ingram said while the industry is rightly focused on the summer ahead, it’s important to also look up and consider what’s next.

“Summit is a forum for the industry to examine issues of climate change adaptation, building our future adaptability, the role of technology in tourism experiences and the positive impact every tourism business can have on their community,” she said.

“We’re especially pleased to welcome both Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Tourism Minister Stuart Nash to support the industry at this year’s event alongside our other insightful speakers.”

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