MEETING NEWZ, ProMag’s ‘corner stone’ product, has been the highest circulating business tourism magazine in New Zealand for some 24 years. Now with a circulation of nearly 5,019 (4,751 in NZ).  Meeting Newz has kept the meetings and business events industry informed and up with the play for over 23 years. New Zealand's conference, incentive and exhibition magazine includes the latest industry news, people updates, coming events, social pages and more. The title targets professional conference, incentive and exhibition organisers, executive secretaries and other administrative professionals, meeting planners in the private and public sectors, and association executives.  Printed on FSC mixed source paper, from sustainable forestry, Meeting Newz is independently audited, and has high standards of professionalism and corporate social responsibility to reflect the industry it serves.



TRAVELinc Memo

Although relatively new to the ProMag stable, the twice weekly digital publication TRAVELinc Memo has been a reliable source of news for the travel trade since the 1980s. Affectionately known as 'The Memo' it is a personal travel and tourism trade magazine in PDF form, published online on Tuesday and Friday mornings 48 weeks a year and complements the bi-monthly travel trade publication, TRAVELinc.

The Memo is a combination of original news and a wrap up of the most important and interesting developments at home and around the world for busy front-liners and decision makers. We believe the success of the outbound sector is very much reliant on the fortunes of inbound and domestic tourism and vice versa.

The Memo goes to more than 5500 email addresses each week, including every retail travel agency, i-SITE and visitor centre in New Zealand, and its other readers include independent travel brokers, corporates who manage travel, professional conference organisers, special interest travel managers, regional and national tourist organisations, airlines, wholesalers, and the operators of accommodation, tours and attractions.