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Will Honesty and Integrity Always Prevail?

Will Honesty and Integrity Always Prevail? I have been in business for what sometimes feels a very long time. Under our own account at River Valley for 29 years, plus a few years earlier than that managing the company, and before that operating as a contractor shearing sheep, planting forestry trees, a sideline into [...]

By | 2020-08-05T00:05:38+00:00 February 16th, 2020|Articles, Blog, New Zealand Tourism, Running an Adventure Business|0 Comments

Logis Hotels – an Alternative Future for the Classic New Zealand Country Pub

Logis Hotels – an alternative future for the classic New Zealand country pub Recently we were visited by a small group of people in their vintage cars, including a very old Rolls Royce. It is quite surprising to me how often we do get visited by people driving vintage cars. Sometimes they are on [...]

The Family and New Blood in the Business of River Valley

What was in many ways a fairly momentous change for the future of River Valley recently occurred at the local Taihape Solicitors office. This change felt a long time coming. It had been worked on and talked about for three years, if not longer. The change that took place is that Nicola [...]

By | 2020-08-05T00:05:51+00:00 September 5th, 2019|Articles, Blog, Lodge, New Zealand Tourism, Running an Adventure Business|0 Comments

The Role of Corporates in the Tourism Industry

The Role of Corporates in the Tourism Industry What is the role of big (by New Zealand standards) corporate companies in the New Zealand Tourism scene? I think this subject needs some thinking about as we see the slow buy up and consolidation of smaller private and family owned enterprises by bigger enterprises. These [...]

A Typical Portrait of a Family Business?

A Typical Portrait of a Family Business? A cornerstone of tourism in New Zealand has always been the small, most often family owned, business. While the industry shows signs of some consolidation, with corporate buy outs of a number of previously privately owned operators, small and medium businesses still comprise 85 % of the [...]

By | 2020-08-05T00:06:23+00:00 June 22nd, 2018|Adventure Travel, Blog, Environment & Food|0 Comments