Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand conducted Path to Market workshops in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu recently, which saw enthusiastic participation from business people in both countries . Advertisements
An exciting investment opportunity awaits savvy investors interested in expanding their footprint in Fiji’s seafood sector.
For the first time in history, fish from the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) was imported into Japan on September 27 this year. “It was a big day for the fisheries industry in both the Marshall Islands and Japan,” Reiko Takada, Pacific Island Centre’s Promotion Coordinator told Pacific Periscope.
It will be a busy month for the Samoa Business Network who are planning a private sector business trip to Samoa from 14-15 November.
A community business based in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea is calling the attention of investors to help it scale up exports of its pristine, natural spice products to world markets.
Participating in the Auckland Food Show this year meant more than just meeting potential distributors and customers for one of Auckland’s leading packaged food and beverage distributors, Ashon Ventures.
Tonga’s Tupu’anga Coffee has partnered with Samoa’s Living Koko based in Melbourne to launch a delicious new chocolate called Koko Moka on 1 November.
Pacific Island businesses are generally in a buoyant mood, as indicated by an inaugural quarterly survey of businesses in the region.
Three Pacific Island exporters showcased their products at The Caffe Culture Show in London recently.
Shirley and Michael Webb-Speight are the New Zealand distributors for Vanuatu’s Tanna Coffee owned by Terry Addlington. Although they are relatively new to the coffee distribution and retailing business, the Webb-Speight’s and their business partners have an established marketing background and are experienced entrepreneurs.
A family whose home in Tongatapu was destroyed when Cyclone Gita hit earlier this year are eagerly awaiting the completion of their new house. The family of 5 children, mother and grandmother had been living in an army tent several months. But building materials donated with the help of Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand and other…
Tuesday 2 October was D-Day for two teams of final year students at Otago University’s Food Science faculty.