Registrations open for 24th CINZ Meetings 2020

New Zealand’s national business event showcase will see bigger venue highlights and fresh product line-ups from over 190 exhibitors

Online registrations are now open for CINZ Meetings 2020, New Zealand's largest business events trade exhibition happening April 22-23. (CINZ)

AUCKLAND - CINZ Meetings, New Zealand's largest business events trade exhibition, will return again to ASB Showgrounds, Auckland on Apr 22-23, 2020.

Already into its 24th year, the event will bring together over 190 suppliers and 550 conference, event and incentive organisers from New Zealand, Australia, Asia, China and North America.

Air New Zealand continues to be principal sponsor for the event, while other major sponsors include ASB Showgrounds, Peek Exhibition, EventsAIR, and Auckland Convention Bureau.

Shared CINZ Events and Marketing Director, Heather Cornish, "We have several high-profile exhibitors taking double stands for the first time, to ensure they amplify their presence," which will include Ngāi Tahu Tourism, who'll over a larger show floor space introduce the soon-to-launch All Blacks Experience in Auckland.

MICE planners will also be made privy to new conference centre and multipurpose space, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, opening in February 2020.

Attendees can also look forward to new players, such as first-time exhibitors Minor Hotels who'll highlight their new hotel in Wellington, Toitoi Hawke's Bay Arts and Events Centre on the Hawke's Bay stand, and Delaware North at Wellington's renamed Sky Stadium.

New Zealand's leading platform for connecting influential domestic, Australian and international buyers with regional bureaux, key regions, meeting facilities, accommodation, off-site venues and activities, CINZ Meetings 2019 generated over NZD$62 million (US$40.7 million) of signed business in two days.

Online registrations are now open for hosted buyers to sign up for CINZ Meetings 2020; applications will close on Feb 21. Exhibitors have until Feb 14 to finalise their bookings.

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