TIA provides leadership on matters that impact on the competitiveness and success of our members and the wider tourism industry.
Some of the projects we work on to help our tourism members include:
People and Skills 2025
A framework to support the industry's ambitious growth goals.
Tourism Scholarship 2016
The Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) is awarding academic tourism scholarships to pay tertiary tuition costs up to the value of $2500. The Trust also has funding available for tourism-related projects of ideas.
TIA led a project to create Tourism 2025 - Growing Value Together/Whakatipu Uara Ngatahi - a framework to unite New Zealand's large and diverse tourism industry and ignite strong, aspirational economic growth.
Visiting Driver Safety
TIA is working with our members, the wider industry and other stakeholders on initiatives to improve road safety for visiting drivers and New Zealanders.
Adventure tourism safety
TIA takes a lead role in adventure tourism, helping to strengthen safety across this important visitor sector. The government has identified TIA as a trusted industry organisation and the most effective to implement several recommendations coming out of its review into adventure tourism safety.
State of the Tourism Sector 2015
With New Zealand tourism on the upswing, the industry is in a good position to take stock of its future direction, according to The State of the Tourism Industry 2015. Published in December 2015, the report summarises the current state and performance of the tourism industry, and includes results from a survey of New Zealand tourism businesses.
The report is the fifth in an annual series produced by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) and Lincoln University.
Responsible Camping Forum
Spearheaded by TIA, the Forum works to manage community social and environmental issues around freedom camping.