Tourism Industry Awards
Entries are now open!
Entries are now open for the new, expanded New Zealand Tourism Industry Awards programme.
These new-look Tourism Industry Awards will celebrate individual and business success across our dynamic $24 billion industry. They will also provide a benchmark of excellence and inspiration to other tourism businesses.
We have three individual awards for the outstanding performers in our industry across the generations, plus awards that recognise business exellence, industry alignment and organisations that are enabling the industry to reach the Tourism 2025 aspirational goal of $41 billion total tourism revenue in 2025.
The New Zealand Tourism Industry Awards can help you raise the profile of your operation, enhance staff morale and gain recognition for your achievements from your industry peers.
The winners will be announced at a dinner in Auckland on 2 October 2015. The Awards programme is run by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA).
The Tourism Industry Awards are open to both members and non-members of TIA. The Awards attract a wide range of entries from a variety of sectors.
Past winners have included SMEs and large corporations. The one thing they all have in common is that they are industry leaders, and they have proved that by winning a Tourism Industry Award.
The Tourism Industry Awards can help raise the profile of your organisation and enhance its reputation by promoting the great work you are doing. Winning an award will provide you with a platform to celebrate your success.
Entering and winning the awards will deliver many benefits, including:
- gain a fresh perspective and insight of your business and leadership style to help refine your strategy
- benchmark your business against other high achievers
- add a new dimension to your marketing efforts
- win recognition for your achievements from your industry peers
- boost staff morale
- raise your organistion's profile, which can help attract top talent and capital investment
- make the most of extensive media coverage.