The Auckland Food Show is an important week in the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ annual calendar. For the past few years, PTI NZ has hosted several companies that export and distribute food and beverage products from all over the Pacific Islands region.
Being featured at the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Pacific Island booth at the Auckland Food Show is not just about displaying products, selling them and finding distributors and retailers for them for sale in New Zealand.
Fiji based new start-up, Three Hundred Islands, was a participant at the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand Pacific Islands booth at the Auckland Food Show last week.
The Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand booth featured nine Pacific companies with products from Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Niue, Vanuatu, Samoa and Tonga at the Auckland Food Show 25-28 July.
Tonga’s well known Pacific Kingdom Cracker Biscuits was a first-time participant at the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ booth at the Auckland Food Show last week.
Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand’s Acting Trade & Investment Commissioner Manuel Valdez has urged Indonesian and Pacific businesses to work together toward on investment projects in the Pacific Islands region.
This year is has been named the China-Pacific Islands Year of Tourism, and Beijing-based Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) China has been involved in a range of activities to promote island destinations in this Pacific themed year.
Alumni of Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand’s flagship Path to Market programme are breaking new ground into hitherto uncharted territory.
A ‘South Pacific Islands Pavilion’ was unveiled in Shanghai last week on July 9. Under the aegis of the China Pilot Free Trade Zone the pavilion is managed by the Shanghai Wai Gaoqiao Free Trade Zone Group Company.
The tiny Pacific Republic of Kiribati might well be one of the least visited Pacific Island nations by tourists, but it has much to offer – fishing, diving, surfing and unique battle relics, besides other attractions. Not too many tourists, however, know about Kiribati as an alluringly different nation.
Ambassadors from the Federated States of Micronesia, Kingdom of Tonga and the Republic of Palau, attended the Pacific Islands Leaders’ Meeting and Governors’ Meeting (PALM & G) that was held in Japan’s Kochi Prefecture on Tuesday, June 4.
Samaori Coffee is a first-time participant at the Auckland Food Show later this month, joining eight other Pacific food and beverage companies at Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand’s stand at the show.