Wayfare looking for junior partner

Staff reporters
Fri, 09 Apr 2021

South Island tourism operator Wayfare Group is looking for a minority investor as it positions itself to grow as the sector bounces back from a dearth of international visitors.The 66-year-old firm operates the Real Journeys, Go Orange, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Treble Cone and International Antarctic Centre businesses, and has never sought outside investment before, said chief executive Stephen England-Hall.“There’s huge potential in the future of our industry and we see this is an opportunity to grow and be ready for the recovery of...

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