René de Monchy
- Appointed April 2021.
- Previously interim chief executive for four months, and before that director commercial.
- Led a team in 15 offices in 14 countries responsible for identifying markets and audiences to target for travel to NZ.
- Also led the development of Tourism NZ’s aviation strategy of partnerships with international airlines.
- Joined TNZ in August 2015 after 20 years in consumer-led businesses, including local and international marketing roles for Fonterra, Heineken and Asia Pacific Breweries in Singapore.
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