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New Zealand’s largest team for Associations Forum

10 June 2016

New Zealand’s largest team for Associations Forum

New Zealand is leading its largest ever team to the Associations Forum National Conference next month in Melbourne.

CINZ Australia Manager Sharon Auld says 14 business events exhibitors are representing New Zealand on the CINZ 100% Pure New Zealand stand this year, covering destinations from as far north as the Bay of Islands and as far south as Dunedin.

Six new exhibitors will be attending from around New Zealand including Hamilton and Waikato, Nelson, and Dunedin, Hobbiton™ Movie Set, The Langham Auckland, and the New Zealand International Convention Centre.

“This will be the sixth year in a row New Zealand exhibitors have come together under the 100% Pure New Zealand banner. Over this period we have welcomed a number of associations to conference in New Zealand for the first time with great success,” she says.

“New Zealand’s annual business event arrivals from Australia exceeded 40,000 in 2015 and this can only grow as our reputation as a great place to conference spreads.

“The CINZ 100% Pure New Zealand stand will be an engaging relaxed space ideal for networking.”

The New Zealand representatives at the 11th AFNC in Melbourne are:
Air New Zealand
Auckland Convention Bureau
Christchurch & Canterbury Convention Bureau
Destination Rotorua Business Events
Dunedin Venues
Hamilton & Waikato Convention Bureau
Hobbiton™ Movie Set
Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Nelson Tasman Tourism
New Zealand International Convention Centre
SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre
The Langham Auckland
Tourism New Zealand


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