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New Zealand Trade Centre is featured in NBR‘s Special Report

New Zealand Trade Centre is featured in The National Business Review (NBR) ‘s special report. The National Business Review (NBR) is New Zealand’s authority in breaking business news and analysis. In its special coverage E-commerce boom takes off by Nevil Gibson published on June 10, NZTC is addressed for its success in accommodating Chinese market’s e-commerce demand.

Nevil wrote that: “ Among those taking advantage of such trends is the Auckland-based New Zealand Trade Centre (NZTC), which has made a procurement deal with the Bubugao group (BBG). It has more than 400 supermarkets and an expanding e-commerce business – – as well as the O2O life service platform. NZTC’s Wendy Mo says BBG aims to boost its turnover and profit through direct buying overseas and NZTC is the New Zealand product supplier for”

And “ She says NZTC provides services such as sourcing, quality control, supply chain arrangements, export documents and import requirements in China. ‘This is a one-stop …

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Kaifeng Municipal Government visited New Zealand Trade Centre

On 9th of June, the delegation of Kaifeng Municipal Government visited New Zealand Trade Centre.

Kaifeng is one of the major seven ancient capitals in China. It’s also called the “capital city of seven dynasties”. Located in the east of China’s Henan Province, the ancient city of Kaifeng is among the first batch of state-level historical and cultural cities publicized by the Chinese government.

The delegation presented videos introducing the history, culture and current development of Kaifeng. President of NZTC, Adam Martin welcomed the delegation in traditional Maori words, and made a presentation of New Zealand’s business environment, premium products, export trading and relationship with China. The parties expressed willingness for further communication and cooperation.

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BeeBio Monaco Formula 1 Party

Thursday night’s event was the launch of BeeBio skincare. Aston Martin and Kay Goss fashion completed the brand trifecta.

New Zealand journalist and television personality Hilary Barry is MC at the BeeBio Monaco Formula 1 Party at Parnell’s swanky Cibo restaurant.

BeeBio, a premium New Zealand skincare brand, has aligned itself with the celebration of Aston Martin’s re-entering the Formula 1 circuit. The party featured a fashion show from Kiwi designer Kay Goss, who made headlines in Spy last year by dressing Maria Tutaia in lingerie for a racy photo shoot. The designer’s celebrity clients include Lady Gaga.

Invited by BeeBio, Lizaan Potgieter and Stephanie Wang from New Zealand Trade Centre attened the event.

As one of BeeBio’s retailers, New Zealand Trade Centre has been working with BeeBio to promote its products to China and local market. BeeBio also has a stand displaying its …

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China-New Zealand Agribusiness Trade and Investment Conference

More than 50 Chinese companies scoping investment opportunities in New Zealand’s agricultural sector have descended on Auckland for a conference being held on 25th May.

The 55-member delegation of small and medium-sized companies attending Bank of China’s inaugural China-New Zealand Agribusiness Investment and Trade Conference is seeking to “match-make” with 120 New Zealand firms.

The local firms come from a range of sectors including farming, fishing, brewing, health supplements and agricultural technology.

The Chinese banking giant’s vice president, Gao Yingxin, said New Zealand agribusinesses led the world in areas such as dairy and horticulture and badly needed to increase market share in emerging economies.

“China has a huge market capacity [for] farm products and needs to import a large number of high-quality and healthy agricultural products from New Zealand,” he said.

Gao said the Chinese Government, meanwhile, wanted to modernise the country’s agricultural sector with a …

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Bilateral Trade Agreement Success

The Vietnam Trade Office and New Zealand Trade Centre (NZTC) worked together successfully to host the Hanoi trading company, Hapro, in Wellington on Friday 20th May 2016. The meeting went so well, that by days end a “Bilateral Partnership Agreement” was signed by the parties.

Vietnam Ambassador to New Zealand, Mr Nguyen Viet Dzung, witnessed the agreement. The Ambassador was enthusiastic about recent increasing development of diplomatic and trade relationships between the two countries.  Sharing his wisdom, Ambassador Dzung said “that real trade relationships will prosper when the two countries not only trade together, but united as one, they begin to use their shared skills and resources together, to create products and services for other countries”.

Hapro is widely known as the Hanoi Trade Corporation. The company’s core business is international trading and commercial services.  Harpo has developed a chain of 21 domestic supermarket …

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VCCI Establishes Partnership with New Zealand Trade Centre

On 18th April 2016, the delegation of VCCI visited New Zealand Trade Centre, opening up its cooperation with NZTC on trading and investment.

Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) is a national organization which assembles and represents business community, employers and business associations of all economic sectors in Vietnam. To promote trade and business relations with enterprises abroad is one of its main functions. VCCI is an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organization having the status of a legal entity and operating with financial autonomy.

VCCI was received with warm welcome by executive director Wendy Mo, president Adam Martin, and all staff of NZTC. Adam Martin briefed the delegation on New Zealand’s sound economic development, premium New Zealand products and resource integration.

Followed the meeting, the delegation enjoyed fresh fruits, juices and a light lunch, and had further communication regarding New Zealand …

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NZTC direct sourcing agreement with China Bubugao Group

May 2015
Chairman Wang Tian and Zhang Haixia of China Bubugao Group together with their procurement team visited New Zealand Trade Centre. The meeting and strategies had been implement with the support of a few selected local manufacturers and suppliers. NZTC secured the agreement for direct sourcing and supply for China Bubugao Group.

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NZ Blood at NZTC Showroom

On the Friday 20th of March 2015, NZTC showroom was used as NZBLOOD Donor centre. About 150 generous donors turn up through the day. The staff from NZBLOOD were extremely professional, friendly and helpfull. For more information, go to


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MEDIA NEWS on Taste of Summer -16th & 17th October 2014

Taste of Summer on WTV, SKYKIWI and TV33 -16th & 17th October 2014

On the evening of Thursday 16th and 17th October, New Zealand Trade Centre hosted a fabulous tasting event for all importers, agents and other invited guests. BBQ Meats, Fresh Seafood, famous New Zealand Craft Beers and New Zealand Wines were served for a delightfull evening session of business and entertainment.


Special thanks to:
PIN Cross-Cultural Design Solutions, Clearview Estate Winery, Clifton Bay estate, Matakana Estate, Ascension Wine Estate, SpringFresh, Tuatara Beer, 8Wire Beer, Zeffer Cider, MrGrill’s and Elliots King of Kiwi Juice.

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Westpac Auckland South Business Awards 2013

Sep 2013

The New Zealand Trade Centre was proud to sponsor the 2013 Export Excellence Award at the Auckland South Business Awards and congratulates GMP Pharmaceuticals on their success.
Our congratulations are also extended to all of the award winners on their achievement during the evening.
Our thanks to ATEED and the Auckland Chamber of Commerce for the significant contributions they made in hosting a successful evening.
Also our thanks to our guests and staff for your continued support in what was a wonderful night.
The New Zealand Trade Centre will continue to unlock export possibilities for our partners and we look forward to assisting New Zealand businesses expand their services and products abroad.

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