Industry Goals 1 & 2
Tourism is delivering prosperity across the New Zealand economy.
Goal 1: $41 billion total annual tourism revenue by 2025
Goal 2: Tourism businesses are experiencing sustainable growth through ongoing profitability, innovation, quality improvement and investment
Industry Goals 3 & 4
New Zealand delivers world leading experiences for both international and domestic visitors.
Goal 3: International and domestic visitors’ experience of New Zealand overwhelmingly meets or exceeds expectations.
Goal 4: Tourism businesses actively engage with their visitors to ensure that the visitor experience is enhanced and adverse impacts are reduced.
Industry Goals 5 & 6
New Zealanders strongly support and reap the benefit from tourism operating in their community.
Goal 5: New Zealanders are happy with the level of tourism activity and support growth.
Goal 6: Tourism businesses are desirable and responsible employers, and leaders in engaging and supporting vibrant communities.
Industry Goals 7 & 8
Tourism is recognised for its contribution to protecting, restoring and enhancing New Zealand’s natural environmental and biodiversity.
Goal 7: Tourism businesses actively support and champion ecological restoration initiatives.
Goal 8: Tourism businesses are measuring, managing and minimising their environmental footprint.
We are inviting all New Zealand tourism businesses to sign up to the 14 Business Commitments to help us reach the 8 industry Goals by 2025.
1. Sustainable Businesses: Focused on long-term financial performance.
2. Capital Investment: Businesses invest capital to grow, and/or improve quality and productivity.
3. Productivity: Businesses innovative and have effective strategies to mitigate the effects of seasonality.
5. Product and Market Development: Businesses innovate to improve or upgrade their offering to enhance visitor experience.
6. Visitor Engagement: Businesses educate visitors about New Zealand’s cultural and behavioural expectations.
7. Sustainable Employment: Businesses pay a fair wage to all staff.
8. Quality Employment: Businesses support their workforce to flourish and succeed.
9. Community Engagement: Businesses actively engage with the communities in which they operate.
10. Sustainable Supply Chains: Businesses have socially and environmentally sustainable supply chains
11. Ecological Restoration: Businesses contribute to ecological restoration initiatives.
12. Carbon Reduction: Businesses have carbon reduction programmes towards carbon neutrality.
13. Waste Management: Businesses have waste reduction and management programmes.
14. Education: Businesses actively engage with their visitors and communities on the importance of restoring, protecting and enhancing New Zealand’s natural environment.