Twenty-five companies from eight Pacific Island countries looking to export to New Zealand will be showcasing and selling their products at the Pasifika Festival in Auckland’s Western Springs this weekend.
In operation since 2013, ELife Company is a small family owned business situated in the heart of Apia, Samoa. The company is owned by Etu Tuala and his wife Elena.
Samoan company Heavenly Water is a family owned business by Vicky Vaai and her partner Jerome. While the company is a successful producer of a range of purified bottled water, more recently, it has entered new pastures with a coconut jam range that is being supplied to many of the hotel and tourist locations in…
Mamanu Samoa Design is a Samoan based co-operative made up of a group of Samoan garment and handicraft operators. The cooperative has been successfully marketing the products in Hawaii and very successfully at the Guam Cultural Festival held in 2015.
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Pacific Trade and Invest (PT&I) Australia is proud to be supporting the Fish 2.0 2017 sustainable seafood business competition, which is open for applications.
The Papua New Guinea Investment Promotion Authority (IPA) through its Marketing and Export Promotion Unit provides assistance to PNG exporters.
Buna Treks and Tours is a 100% Papua New Guinea owned and operated tour company. It is family-owned and employs over 30+ experienced guides and porters providing top service to their many clients and valued guests.
The brightly coloured patterns of Papua New Guinea’s Bilum bags will be showcased at Auckland’s Pasifika Festival 2017 on March 25-26.
MaxtoneHaus Limited is a manufacturing company from Papua New Guinea producing a range of organic coconut oil products including body moisturisers and coconut soap.
Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ welcomes companies from Tonga at Pasifika Festival 2017 as part of the PT&I Pacific Path to Market programme.
Jessica Afeaki has been running Kenani Estate Company with her husband Soakimi for the past four years. Their company makes the fragrant Kakala Polynesian Body Oil range for the Tongan and export market.