Fine Foods New Zealand kicks off this Sunday at the ASB Show Grounds in Auckland. It is New Zealand’s premier international trade exhibition for the food service, hospitality, and retail industries.
Sixty-five Fiji companies will participate in the Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) Path to Market Programme organised in partnership with the Fiji Export Council in Nadi and Suva next week.
Nearly two dozen businesspeople from New Zealand will visit Fiji next week as part of a business mission led by the New Zealand Fiji Business Council (NZFBC).
A partnership between SkyEye Samoa and Women in Business Samoa has significantly changed Samoa’s digital landscape and brightened the future for all.
A multi-million dollar wharf project in Vanuatu is highlighting the success of inter-regional partnerships in the Pacific.
Faster, cost-effective internet connectivity in the Pacific Islands could potentially create millions of jobs, increase regional per capita GDP by US$630 a year and cut poverty by 16 per cent, according to broadband satellite operator Kacific’s CEO Christian Patouraux.
Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) New Zealand will be promoting a range of food and beverage products from the Pacific Islands to potential importers and distributors at the upcoming Fine Food New Zealand. This will be the first year that PT&I NZ participates at this event.
Funding applications are open until July 19 to assist developing Pacific Island countries reach the standards required for international markets through the Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF).
They started as strangers five weeks ago at the start of the University of Canterbury 21 Day Pacific Challenge.
Team Edu Kai took top honours at the University of Canterbury’s 21 Day Pacific Challenge final.
Three leading New Zealand universities came together to form the New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research (NZIPR) earlier this year.
The Returning Pacific Heads of Mission (HOM) Breakfast attracted a wide audience in Auckland on May 27.