Back to the tourism drawing board, with $200m seed funding

Brent Melville
Wed, 17 Nov 2021

Back to the tourism drawing board, with $200m seed funding
Multi-tasking; Auckland-based director Gráinne Troute will head up new tourism taskforce (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Wed, 17 Nov 2021
A 15-member taskforce to help steer the course ahead for the local tourism and hospitality sector has been announced by tourism minister Stuart Nash.The group will be jointly headed by Tourism Industry Aotearoa chair and Tourism Holdings director Gráinne Troute and Unite Union national secretary John Crocker. It will focus on developing a post-covid 'industry transformation', with new career paths for those working in the tourism and hospitality industries.Nash said seed funding for the tourism “reset” will be covered...

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