We have two new interns at PTI NZ

Two new interns have joined the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ offices in Auckland recently. Here are their introductions in their own words: Naeemah Mavis Pouvalu Talofa Lava, my name is Naeemah Mavis Pouvalu, I was born in American Samoa, and raised in New Zealand. I am currently on my last year at Auckland University…

PTI NZ hosts four F&B exporters at Fine Food NZ

Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand will host four Pacific food and beverage companies from Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Samoa and Tahiti in French Polynesia at its stand at the Fine Food New Zealand Show 24-26 June in Auckland.

Coffee from PNG Highlands; Samoa’s exporter of the year at Fine Food

Namalu Coffee Papua New Guinea’s Namalu Coffee is bringing their full spectrum of flavoured coffees along with their pure PNG Highlands-grown coffee to the Fine Food New Zealand show in Auckland next week. “We are delighted to offer our customers a unique selection of fresh ground coffee flavours including Blue Mountain coffee (medium roast), Espresso…

Samoa Trade Commissioner plans strategic growth in NZ trade

Two months into his new assignment as Samoa’s Trade Commissioner and Consul based in Auckland, Hon Magele Mauiliu Magele is keen to craft new strategies to increase Samoa’s exports to New Zealand and garner more investment from New Zealand into Samoa.

Samoa business organisations celebrate Independence

The Samoa Trade & Investment Commission (STIC) and Samoa Business Network (SBN) joined together to welcome the new Trade Commissioner, the Honourable Magele Mauiliu Magele for Samoa Independence Day on Thursday 7 June 2018. 

PTI Path to Market workshops in Fiji this month

THE Fiji Export Council in partnership with the Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ will be conducting a free one-day workshop to assist small medium enterprises who are on the verge of exporting to improve their processes before entering the export market.

NZ Pacific Heads of Mission meet in Auckland

The Returning Pacific Heads of Mission (HOM) Breakfast was held in Auckland on May 25. The annual event is designed for the private sector to have an opportunity to meet with the Heads of Mission.