Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand’s Path to Market workshop programme has grown in popularity over the past 3 years.
Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand is once again welcoming two new interns under the Pacific Cooperation Foundation (PCF) 10-week summer Internship programme.
Pacific Islands Trade Invest New Zealand is once again welcoming new summer interns to the office from November through to late January 2018.
Pacific Trade Invest has helped several Pacific Island companies push open the doors into international markets. In just over 2 years, Fiji’s Tavulomo Coconut Processing Limited has gone from Auckland’s Food Show to Europe’s ANUGA Food Fair.
The Pacific Islands Forum is committed to a regional policy agenda that is inclusive, transparent, and owned by its constituents.
The 13th Australia New Caledonia Business Forum will take place in Noumea on Wednesday 22 November.
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.
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.