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This Sunday, chefs from around New Zealand, including the 2016 New Zealand Chef of the Year, will attend the launch of the annual Plate of Origin competition at Wharerata.
Palmerston North and Manawatū businesses are more confident about their business and the regional economy than their counterparts throughout New Zealand.
Strong interest from businesses, an increased focus on career pathways, and extended hours mean the 2017 Sort It Careers Expo will be a bumper expo.
The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) estimates that the economic impact of the business events sector to Palmerston North City and Manawatū is now more than $86.5million per annum.
The Chief Executive of the Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA), Will Samuel, has resigned from his role due to family reasons and will relocate north.
Palmerston North has officially become Motorhome Friendly – a status which is set to provide a healthy boost to tourism spending in the city and surrounding area.
With summer beginning to warm up and holidays fast approaching, Manawatū and Palmerston North hotspots are gearing up for an influx of visitors.
Players from the Indian Twenty 20 Cricket Federation’s (ITCF) Cricket Academy in Punjab will visit Palmerston North and Manawatu next week, and more tours are expected.
A new guide for Summer has just been released, offering a taster menu of the city and region, to give an overview of what's on offer.
Access to deeper and richer visitor data will lead to improved marketing decisions in Palmerston North and Manawatū.
There’s been an increase in spending in Manawatū by Aucklanders, and there are signs of a turnaround in fortunes for Palmerston North’s Broadway
An innovative online tool has been developed to help the tourism industry maximise the value of domestic tourism.
International students in Palmerston North and Whanganui attended the first ‘Work Ready’ seminar
A business that does not have a digital strategy does not have a business strategy and could fail as technology completely changes the business world.
The 2016 Westpac Manawatu Business Awards were celebrated at a Gala Awards Night dinner at the Silks Lounge, Awapuni Racecourse on Friday evening the 11th November.
The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) has established a satellite Business Development Advisory office in Feilding to service the greater Manawatū.
Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) is responding to increased demand for mentoring services by up-skilling more mentors to work with business owners.
Massey University researchers, with support from the Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA), are investigating whether establishing an Innovation Centre focused on a novel food processing technology could transform New Zealand’s food industry.
A group of 14 students from a private school in Hyderabad, India visited Palmerston North to consider their academic futures – and more tours are planned
The newly established Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) is undertaking a foundation research project to inform strategy and ensure future activities are targeted.
Palmerston North and Manawatu business and volunteer sector leaders gathered to hear the naming of finalists in the 2016 Westpac Manawatu Business Awards this evening at Hotel Coachman..
The 2016 Westpac Manawatu Business Awards have created strong interest from the wider business community.