Shore to Rise - Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism's Industry Blog

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      • Cruise

      Cruise Control

      11 October 2016 - As another season of cruise ships, cruise passengers and cruise excursions embark upon us, we thought it timely to pass on some totally generalised tips and tid bits with this ever growing travel market.

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      • Trade,
      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism

      Our Key Learnings - TRENZ 2016

      18 June 2016 - TRENZ was a great success with Canterbury operators feeling more upbeat about the increased volume of business and buyers demonstrating improved, more positive attitude towards Christchurch.

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      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Media,
      • 5 Year Anniversary,
      • Creativity,
      • Architecture,
      • Food and Wine,
      • Christchurch City,
      • Street Art

      Canterbury makes the headlines in March

      9 March 2016 - Check out our favourite media results that showcase the variety of domestic and international media that have visited the city and region over the past few months.

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      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing,
      • Trade

      Welcome to the team - Joy and Jessica

      6 August 2015 - Join us in welcoming two new faces to the CCT marketing team. Joy Sajamark is our new Trade Marketing Manager and Jessica Hynes started earlier this week as our Media Marketing Coordinator.

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      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing campaign

      Lumbersexuals in Canterbury

      4 February 2015 - It's taking the world by storm…move over Metrosexual, Hipsters and the like, the newest man on the scene is the “Lumbersexual” and he is starting to invade Canterbury.

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      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing

      Marketing team activity year in review

      7 November 2014 - To help see the complete picture of what the marketing team does we have put together a video that acts as a summary of our recent activity and shows some of the highlights.

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      • Australia,
      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing,
      • Marketing campaign

      Cutest seal ever tempting Western Australians

      5 November 2014 - This summer Air New Zealand’s direct service between Perth and Christchurch will be back and to ensure it is again a huge success a campaign focused on Canterbury gems launched this week.

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      • China market,
      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing,
      • Trade

      Our new trade initiative - Top of the South

      23 October 2014 - CCT in partnership with Kaikoura Tourism, Hurunui Tourism, Destination Marlborough, Nelson Tasman Tourism and Tourism West Coast have joint forces to promote these regions and top of the South Island touring routes.

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      • Australia,
      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing,
      • Marketing campaign

      Targeting Aussies with a Canterbury Tales twist

      6 October 2014 - Over the past 4 years we have seen a significant decline in Australian holiday arrivals flying direct into Christchurch. However, confidence from this market has been given a big lift with trans-Tasman airline capacity increasing by 11% over the coming summer season.

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      • Accommodation,
      • Attractions,
      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Marketing campaign,
      • Hospitality

      What do New Zealanders really think of Christchurch?

      23 June 2014 - Christchurch on Sale is the first Christchurch campaign that we’ve run in the domestic market since the earthquake. Why is this you may ask? Surely the domestic market should’ve been targeted long ago since they’re so close?

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