To use the same opening line as last year… So, this is Christmas and what have we done? Advertisements
It’s Christmas time again folks! The year 2016 was another productive and busy year for PT&I. It was loaded with investment activities.
As the end of yet another eventful year approaches, it’s a good time to peer into the rear-view mirror while also looking forward to the journey ahead…
2016 has been a very productive year for the export facilitation portfolio. We have successfully delivered services to more Pacific Island businesses via our export development programmes such as Path to Market, Deal by Design and Deal by Technology.
Merry Xmas to you all and I know that we are all looking forward to the festive time of the year.
Thanks to all our clients and customers I have had the pleasure to work with this year.
Kia ora koutou katoa,
Merry Christmas to you all. My name is Genevieve and I’m an intern at Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ.
When young Chinese immigrant Calvin Qiu harvested his first crop of ginger in Fiji’s fertile soil one day in 1997, little did he imagine that his tiny patch would grow into one of the country’s biggest exporters of the much sought after spice in just a few years.
Richard Duncan of Niue Honey had a pleasant surprise from this year’s prestigious 85th National Honey Show (NHS) 2016 held in England.
A Cook Islands entrepreneur was so inspired by the Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Trade Mission in 2015 that he added new products and hired new staff.
The New Zealand Pacific Heads of Mission breakfast in Auckland always brings a great opportunity for everyone with an interest in the Pacific region to meet with New Zealand’s envoys in island nations.