Great news! Less than five months after facing COVID-19 print restrictions, New Zealand’s largest hospitality audience title, Hospitality Business returns to print this September.

Along with the industry we represent, we have taken the opportunity to review, revise and plan our return. During this “hibernation” we kept in touch with you via our twice weekly online e newsletters, trebling our online readership in the process, as we supported and kept you up to date with the swiftly changing nature of the New Zealand and international hospitality industry.

While challenges remain and no clear ‘one fix suits all’ approach to post COVID-19 business success is apparent, we have seen the resilience and adaptability of the New Zealand hospitality and tourism sectors.

We welcome your input and feedback; providing an essential independent forum for ideas, innovation and success to be reflected. News, views, industry issues, and stories, good or bad, that need to be told or to highlight the way forward, continue to be welcomed. Simply keep letting us know via email to Kimberley Dixon, Editor at [email protected].  And for advertising opportunities contact Wendy Steele, Sales Manager, at [email protected].

Standalone The Shout

Our September issue also marks an exciting change for key readers of our sister publication The Shout.

New Zealand’s largest liquor audience title will break out as a stand-alone publication, doubling its size in the process.

And with a new magazine comes a brand new Sales Manager, Brigitte Kolver.  With over 12 years experience as a National Sales Manager, Brigitte has worked with leading brands in the media industry and brings a fresh and passionate eye to the leading Kiwi liquor industry publication. You can contact Brigitte at [email protected]

Both Hospitality Business and The Shout will continue our online presence, dedicated to keeping you, our readers up to date between print editions, with the very latest, essential information for you to thrive!

Kia Kaha

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