Five companies from Tahiti and other islands of French Polynesia visited New Zealand as part of a trade mission organised by the Chamber of Commerce of French Polynesia from 24-27 October 2017. The delegation ranged from businesses that were relatively new companies to the more established. Advertisements
Thirty-five delegates from Tongan companies who participated in the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Path to Market workshop have said the workshop added to their knowledge and skills as manufacturers and exporters. PTI NZ conducted the workshop in the country’s capital Nuku’alofa on October 26.
Nesian was the only Tahitian clothing company on the French Polynesia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIS) Trade mission to New Zealand recently.
The New Zealand Tonga Business Council (NZTBC) celebrated outstanding business achievement at an inaugural special awards dinner at Alexandra Park in Auckland recently.
Pacific Islands Centre, the Tokyo based office of Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) recently hosted the Tonga Tourism Seminar targeting Japan’s tourism operators.
Haukura Jones, Office Administrator at the Auckland office of Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand, bid adieu to the team last week.
Vanuatu’s fledgling Aelan Chocolate makers has had a successful year winning recognition at the inaugural New Zealand Chocolate Awards 2017.
Tahiti and French Polynesia are hoping to build stronger market links with New Zealand through its latest trade mission from October 24-27, 2017.
The Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Europe booth at ANUGA 2017 not only provided a platform for six Pacific Island exporters to showcase their products to around 165,000 trade visitors, from 198 countries – it also was also the scene of a reunion of sorts.
Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand is working with tuna exporter Soltuna in the Solomon Islands to assist them to launch their canned tuna products in the New Zealand market.
The “Fiji Trade and Investment Opportunity Seminar” co-organized by the Fiji Embassy, JETRO and PIC was successfully held.
The success of the New Zealand Fiji Business Council (NZFBC) and the continuing growth in its membership reflects the growing trade volumes between the two countries, said NZFBC President Chandar Sen, speaking at the council’s annual general meeting in Auckland last week.