Get on board this waka! We’re extending an open invitation to buyers, sellers and distributors to meet a range of Pacific producers next week potentially for a longer-term ride.Don’t be shy!  Make a date today!  We’ve got the biggest range of Made in the Pacific products at our new and very own Pasifika Business Market at Pasifika Festival, 24-25 March 2018.

For astute buyers and distributors, a treasure trove of opportunity. High quality products from more than 35 Pacific Island companies from 12 different Pacific Island countries.

It’s the biggest contingent of Pacific Islands businesses that Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) NZ has ever invited to participate in Pasifika from all around the Pacific. All authentic. All locally made. Purely from the Pacific. No “made elsewhere” labels here.

From the Northern Pacific, the Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands and Palau; from the South Pacific, Fiji, Cook Islands, Samoa, Tonga French Polynesia; From the Western Pacific, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

We have PNG’s bilum and bilum wear using its own unique weaving technique called ‘looping’ to create bilum used for bags and clothing and intricate hand carved bowls. We have finely woven handicrafts from the Marshall Islands. A wide range of organic skincare companies from the corners of the Pacific bringing organic skincare products based on coconut oil — from the Cook Islands, Fiji, PNG and Samoa. Clothing designers and manufacturers from hip Tahitian street and beach wear label Nesian to the traditional, bright colours of the Puletasi from Samoa. Kava companies from Fiji and Vanuatu, Coffee grown in the highlands of PNG and Vanuatu.

It’s all at the Pasifika Business Market! Something for everyone!  Make contact today with our Trade Development Manager  Ian Furlong on ian.f@pacifictradeinvest.co.nz

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