Remarking on a year in which participation at trade shows was the highest in recent years for Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ, Trade & Investment Commissioner Michael Greenslade says, “The year 2017 has seen our Path to Market programme participate with 24 stands at the Pasifika festival, nine stands at the Auckland Food Show and…
Nancy and Kora of Kora Pearls came to Auckland’s Gift and Homeware Fair not really knowing what to expect.
Essence of Fiji gave free hand massages to passers-by at the three-day Auckland’s Spring Gift and Homeware Fair.
This year, Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand partnered with the Business Trade & Investment Board (BTIB) from the Cook Islands to deliver an internship programme in New Zealand with the aim of developing a better understanding for the New Zealand market for exports from the Cook Islands.
Chris Wyllie and Rusila Vere of Tavulomo Coconut Processing Ltd (Fiji) showcased coconut jerky and coconut oil products in their first hit out at the Auckland Food Show from 27-30 July 2017.
FMF, Fiji’s leading food manufacturer and exporter, was one of nine Pacific Island food and beverage companies that was featured at the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand hosted Pacific Hub stand at the Auckland Food Show between July 27-30.
The Australian Government recently launched the Frontier Innovators programme at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s innovationXchange in Canberra. Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop MP, announced the launch.
With Christmas just four months away, Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand has invited four Pacific companies to showcase their wares at the Auckland Spring Home and Gift Fair from August 27 to 29.
Deliciously exotic black pearls from the Cook Islands could offer trade buyers something different at Auckland’s Spring and Homewares Gift Fair from 27-29 August.
Fiji’s natural beauty products Essence of Fiji could be on Kiwi Christmas gift lists if they are successful at Auckland’s Spring Gift and Homeware Fair from 27-29 August at the ASB Showgrounds.
Suva based Natural Fiji products will showcase its range of products at the Auckland Spring Home and Gift Fair from August 27-29. It is one of four Pacific Island companies that Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand has invited to participate in the trade-only show at a specially themed ‘Pacific Hub’ stand.
Participation at last month’s Auckland Food Show has confirmed that Kiwi consumers have gained confidence in the quality of products manufactured in Fiji and are keen to try new products, says Jagdish Punja, owner of wholesale and distribution company J Punja NZ.