Pacific Trade and Invest NZ

Supporting Pacific businesses through Bespoke Mentoring Programme

However, the stability in optimism among most respondents with 70 per cent of Pacific businesses confident their business will survive the COVID-19 crisis, compared to 69 per cent last wave proves that continuing to seek out and invest knowledge and time into growing Pacific Island businesses is a worthwhile endeavour.

Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand (PTI NZ), the trade and investment arm of the Pacific Islands Forum has responded to ongoing pandemic related issues by continuing to review their support and knowledge offerings to Pacific Island businesses.

Bringing Pacific flavours to the Auckland Food Show

The companies featured are PNG’s Paradise Foods; Fiji’s Flour Mills of Fiji (FMF), Pleass Beverages, J Punja and Tavulomo Coconut; Samoa’s Wilex and Elife and Niue Vanilla from Niue. As in the previous year, the eight companies will be hosted in a special PTI-badged ‘Pacific Hub’ themed area in Exhibition Hall 3 at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland’s Greenlane.

The Auckland Food Show (AFS) is a consumer show that connects a large number of exhibitors with thousands of dedicated food lovers in Auckland and further afield in Wellington and Christchurch every year.