"The Inside Tourism newsletter is a must-read each week."
"IT is an informative publication and provides great coverage of what is happening in the tourism industry - a must read each week!"
Judy Chen, CEO
Tourism Export Council
"It's a great publication. You put things in perspective. Ultimately, it's a publication, I suspect, whose target market is people who are intimately involved in the industry. So, it is meant to be technical in nature and in quite a few places it is."
Former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Tourism Minister
"We take a mega subscription to Inside Tourism and distribute it to all our 300 holiday park members. This is a great way to ensure that all our members are kept up to date with what is happening in the tourism industry."
"I don't read anything else on tourism. About 95 percent of time I read IT while on the move. The way it is done as a PDF means it is easy to read. I can read it any time of the day or nigh, in bed at 2am sometimes! IT provides a good broad canvas."
CEO, Air New Zealand
"Inside Tourism is the key reading I use every week to keep abreast of the rapidly moving tourism sector and the critical role that DoC plays in enabling a considerable proportion of it."
Director-General, Department of Conservation
"I read iT to get a good sense of what's going on overall in the tourism sector. I learn where innovation is happening, what people are thinking, where can we learn something from each other and ideas for where we can make smarter choices."
The Headwaters, Glenorchy.
"iT is the go-to must-read source for news and opinions about New Zealand's most dynamic industry. The newsletter has mapped the explosive growth of the sector for over 20 years and continues to be vitally relevant for all stakeholders."
Brian Sweeney, director
Sweeney Vesty, producer nzedge.com
"A great synopsis of what is going on in the industry. Otherwise it is hard to find out what is happening."
Chairman and president of Swiss-Belhotel
"iT? I read it more than any other tourism publication. I try to keep abreast of what's going on. You have depth. You are a seasoned campaigner in this industry. You know a lot of people and people tell you things they won't tell others."
Henry van Asch, co-founder
AJ Hackett Bungy
"Simply the best informative gossip rag in the entire industry. And it has history and credibility to maintain."
MP and former Tourism Minister
"IT is essential reading me to keep informed of industry issues and news. Of all the news briefs and updates I receive, IT is one I read every week."
CEO, Bus and Coach Association
"Inside Tourism helps me stay on top of the current tourism trends and industry events, the weekly newsletter provides valuable insight into todays issues from industry thought leaders."
"I enjoy keeping up to date with industry news from the Pacific and beyond from Inside Tourism. I find the research and commentary which are applied to each article warrants the attention of industry leaders."
CEO, Pacific Asia Travel Association
"IT has been connecting tourism people to the happenings in the industry for many years, and Nigel's firm grasp of the issues across the sectors comes through clearly every week. As part of the news mix IT is a must read."
"IT is the must-read industry publication for tourism businesses and is a beneficial asset to Young TEC's up and coming tourism professionals. It is important to our Young TEC members that they remain informed and up to date."
Former YoungTEC chairwoman/ATEED staffer
"One of my computer files contains almost 20 years of back copies of 'Inside Tourism' and I regard it as a valuable asset with which to regale students with stories of New Zealand's evolution as a tourism destination. Nigel's work is outstanding."
Prof Chris Ryan
Professor in Tourism Waikato Management School, The University of Waikato
"Inside Tourism is the weekly "must read" about everything that is going on in the industry. Nigel has an amazing range of sources of news, and I find the snippets from the news archive very interesting"
"Inside Tourism is a great way to stay up to date on what's going on in the tourism, hospitality and commercial accommodation sectors on a weekly basis - it's a compulsoryThursday morning read."
"As an academic researcher interested in the practical challenges faced by destination marketers I have for years valued IT for keeping me up to date with what's happening in the real world. I regularly cite IT in my books and research articles."
Dr Steve Pike
Queensland University of Technology