Top three takeaways from Tourism Summit Aotearoa 2018: What all businesses need to know Local and international experts in business, innovation, sustainability, infrastructure and finance spoke at the annual summit…
Four major events in Manawatu have received a funding boost from the Central Economic Development Agency’s (CEDA) Major Events Fund. Round One consisted of $65,000 worth of funding being allocated…
CEDA in the Media
Critics says it's a slush fund, but the regions want in
17 November 2017 - Stuff
Steve Baron: It's all here - so let's invest wisely
13 November 2017 - Wanganui Chronicle
Palmerston North's housing market on 'tightrope'
02 November 2017 - Stuff
City Hosts to turn daytime guides and guards in Palmerston North
25 October 2017 - Stuff
Collaboration key to business success, Whanganui bosses told
16 October 2017 - Wanganui Chronicle
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About 3,000 international students from around the world make Manawatu their home each year. From primary and intermediate through to secondary and tertiary level education, our region is a vibrant hub for international education.Read more
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CEDA can provide you with FREE support and advice to bring your conference to our region including bid applications, event planning and venue hire.Read more