Posted on Monday 21 June 2021
Quarterly Economic Monitor from Infometrics once again suggests a relatively resilient overall economy for Nelson Tasman
The latest Quarterly Economic Monitor was recently released from Infometrics. The following narrative provides an overview, with further observations from Infometrics and feedback from our team on what they are...
Posted on Friday 28 May 2021
The Nelson Regional Development Agency (NRDA) has won the Best Practice Award for Collaboration for Project Kōkiri at the 2021 Economic Development New Zealand (EDNZ) conference held in Palmerston North...
Posted on Friday 7 May 2021
This month the Nelson Regional Development Agency (NRDA), Nelson Tasman Innovation Neighbourhood and Intepeople officially launch a Graduate Programme for the Nelson Tasman region, which is potentially the first of...
Posted on Thursday 29 April 2021
The Nelson Regional Development Agency (NRDA) have teamed up with three of New Zealand's largest fisheries – Sealord, Sanford, and Talleys, to launch a campaign to help fill hundreds of...
Posted on Thursday 8 April 2021
Nelson Tasman becomes the first region in New Zealand to offer visitors a Zero Carbon Travel Itinerary
Renowned for its spectacular coastal and inland landscapes, high sunshine hours and thriving natural surroundings, it is no surprise that the environment is an integral feature of any holiday in...
Posted on Wednesday 31 March 2021
Nelson Regional Development Agency is thrilled to announce Fiona Wilson has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the agency.
Posted on Thursday 25 March 2021
Nelson Regional Development Agency has been working with local conference organisers, OnCue, on the biggest conference to land in Nelson Tasman since 2014.
Posted on Wednesday 3 March 2021
Nelson Tasman faring better than most in the latest Quarterly Economic Monitor (QEM) for December 2020 but still in a fragile position
The latest economic figures released by Infometrics for the last quarter of 2020 show that Nelson Tasman continues to fare better than expected in many areas, although the full effects of the nationwide lock down, border closure and ongoing pandemic challenges are yet to be realised in the data.
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