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What does COVID - 19 mean for our regions - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Stratford
34:22
are these numbers including the food production.. oh you just answered.
Sheryl Mai
35:27
Brad, could you comment on high end tourism providers and how they could effectively market to people who will continue to have discretionary income?
Susan Houston
48:00
Any questions you have for Brad please?
Trust Tairawhiti Takihoko
49:22
I can't see the actual percentages - what is Gisborne's percentage for example?
Colleen Sheldon
50:22
Was international vs domestic tourism factored into the regional job loss numbers?
Regional Business Solutions
50:53
Brad, as a starting point for community, regional research and planning, do you have data on other industries strong in regions that regions could grow and develop rather than compete for long distance domestic tourism (i.e. North to South Island travel).
Hilary Humphrey
51:22
You mentioned this is a once in a generation event. Given health researchers have been warning about increasing risks and regularity of global pandemic for some time, can you explain the basis of your judgement?
Mariella Trynes
54:30
Your breaking up Nigel
Phil Quinn
54:50
We cant hear you Nigel
Kelly Stratford
54:53
can you turn your video off Nigel didn’t Catch much of that
Kelly Stratford
54:56
yes we hear you brad
Kelly Stratford
54:58
yep
Mariella Trynes
54:59
yes
Kim Stone
55:00
Yes we can
Nicola Greenwell
55:01
Yes, you are fine brad
Love Taupō
55:02
yes can hear you Brad
Paul Chaplow
55:03
Yes, can hear you. Not Nigel
Gisela Purcell
55:06
yes you are loud and clear Brad
Blair Simm
55:11
Any insights or data on population mobility in times of high unemployment? As an example, for regions heavily exposed to job losses (I'm from Rotorua where tourism is ~22% of our workforce) would we expect to see population decline as people potentially move to other areas?
rogerb
55:12
Nigel is broken up. Brad is coming through fine
Colleen Sheldon
01:01:33
Thanks Brad. Heading to Jacinda's update.
Kelly Stratford
01:03:03
Thanks for the valuable information Brad and EDNZ team. Very helpful
Susan Houston
01:05:37
Thanks Tim!
Hilary Humphrey
01:10:39
Thank yoy
Sarah BEaman
01:10:50
Brilliant Brad! thanks so much.
Tania Burt
01:11:01
Thanks Brad, Susan and Nigel. Great content again.
Phil Quinn
01:11:04
Brilliant Brad. Thanks. Very valuable
rogerb
01:11:06
Excellent insights. Thank you
Regional Business Solutions
01:11:08
Thank-you EDNZ and Brad!
Mariella Trynes
01:11:09
Fatastic - appreciate the insights and ideas :)
Kim Stone
01:11:10
Thank you so much Brad, much appreciated. Thanks Nigel and team.
marktr
01:11:16
thanks