It’s that time of the year again when, like the mythical Roman deity Janus, who peered into the past and the future with his two heads, we reminisce the year just gone by and look forward to 2018, which will be upon us in less than two weeks. Advertisements
This year has been a satisfactory year academically and at present with the internship at PTI, an interesting and fulfilling one.
Talofa! I wanted to firstly introduce myself – seeing as I’ve just joined the team here at PT&I a few weeks ago as an intern. I’m Sia, 22-years old, and a recent graduate from Victoria University.
“Despite having only been with the team for a short period of time, I would like to thank those who I have met, for welcoming and providing me with fantastic support, allowing me to settle into my role here at PTI with such ease.
Collaboration could be the key for Pacific businesses to leverage opportunities arising from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games next April.
Peter Lund has made a strong contribution to the Pacific Trade and Economic issues at the Auckland Office of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). After nearly three years he’s moving to the North Asia Division of MFAT in Wellington, working on New Zealand’s relations with Japan.
Demand has doubled for MENA’s ‘Salamasina; Collection following their first in-store fashion show was held in their new Grey Lynn store recently.
The launch of the new Private Sector Investment research will provide valuable data for investment into the Pacific.
The New Zealand Pacific Business Council held its Annual General Meeting in Auckland on Thursday, November 9.
A new $10 million facility extension by Douglas Pharmaceuticals of New Zealand will help create new jobs and improve living standards for Fijian people said Fiji’s Attorney General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.
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.