Forget 20/20 vision, Auckland needs to look ahead to 2021. ATEED's four-part series on the future of Auckland's tourism has been published in the New Zealand Herald, with a particular focus on sustainability.
In the first of a four-part series on the future of Auckland's tourism, ATEED investigates how the city is working to get its infrastructure ready for APEC and the America's Cup.
Auckland tourism and hospitality leaders have launched a website and campaign to recruit 40,000 young people into the industry - but they say the Government needs to step up as well. In the second in a four-part series on the future of Auckland's tourism, ATEED investigates how to shake the air steward stigma.
Too many international visitors fly or cruise into Auckland – then leave straight away for the world-famous destinations to the south like Rotorua and Queenstown. Now, tourism leaders are investigating how we can tell Auckland's story better.
The clash between Great Barrier Island residents and officials over dumping America's Cup Village silt could be seen as an impediment to developing international events – but rather, it is a small community taking ownership of its own tourism future.