The Fiji Export Council is one of Fiji Government’s Economic Development Agencies (EDA) that focuses on export promotion. Established in 2002 as ‘Exporters Club’ it was renamed Fiji Export Council in 2007 to better reflect its role in national export diversification and promotion.
Green Gold Kava is a second-time participant at the Pasifika Festival this year. Prior to his participation two years ago in 2016, his company had no exports to New Zealand says owner Praveen Narayan.
Fiji’s Agricultural Marketing Authority which trades as Fiji AgroMarketing is another State-owned Enterprise (SoE) – the other being Copra Millers – that will participate at the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ Pasifika Business Market at the Pasifika Festival in Auckland on March 24-25.
Copra Millers is a State-owned Enterprise (SoE) of the Fiji Government. In pursuit of meeting the rising demand for coconuts and coconut products, it has recently set up a new integrated plant in Savusavu that makes a variety of coconut products from the much-in-demand virgin coconut oil (VCO) to desiccated coconut and cosmetics and wellness…
Niu Venture Forests is a Fijian family-owned company based in Suva, with operations in both of Fiji’s major islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
Nama of Fiji will launch its new innovative product packaging at Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand’s new Pacific Business Market at Pasifika 2018.
A small Fijian family charcoal supplies business will product test its new packaging at Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ’s Pacific Business Market at Pasifika Festival.
Jewellery from Tropical Jewels Fiji is bold, fun and funky and coming to the Pasifika Business Market in March.
Patrick Killoran is one of Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand’s colourful clients. The tall gangly Australian has been operating his coffee business in Mt Hagen, Papua New Guinea for several years. But in the past two or three years, he has stepped up his game.
Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ had the privilege earlier this month of welcoming Prime Minister Enele Sosene Sopoaga of the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu to our offices in Auckland.
Over the past 10 years, several Pacific Island nations have sent their best and strongest workers to participate in New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employers (RSE) scheme.
More than 30 exporters from ten Pacific Island countries will be exhibiting their products at the specially designed Pacific Hub at the Pasifika Festival in Auckland next month.