The New Zealand Government, through New Zealand Major Events, works in partnership with the event sector to support New Zealand’s growing reputation as an attractive destination for major events of global significance.
The Queenstown Lakes District offers amazing locations for events and hosts a wide range of events including high profile sport, concerts and festivals through to family events and community celebrations. The QLDC wants to promote and support a balanced portfolio of sporting and cultural events that meet community objectives for the District as a whole in respect of recreational activities, community infrastructure and economic growth.
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Marmot crafts professional quality outdoor gear. Inspired by the alpinist spirit of adventure to search and achieve in a harsh world, our products are simple, appropriate, dependable and damn good looking. Marmot For Life. www.marmotnz.co.nz
Established in 1921, Shimano is the world’s largest manufacturer of bicycle components - with an overall goal to promote health and happiness through the enjoyment of nature and the world around us.
The PURE Sports Nutrition range is proudly produced in New Zealand and has been designed with sports science in mind. Our brand stands for high quality, natural products that work, containing no artificial ingredients or colours. The range has grown to provide high-quality products before, during and after your workouts.
Available to order for international shipping and for purchase at the event village.
Pivotel is New Zealand’s leading mobile satellite solutions provider with satellite voice, data, OH&S and asset tracking solutions. Pivotel is also the exclusive supplier of SPOT satellite devices throughout New Zealand and Australia.
The Absa Cape Epic is the world’s premier mountain bike stage race. The route changes every year, taking professional mountain bikers and aspiring amateurs from around the world through about 700km of unspoilt scenery and 15,000m of accumulated climbing over some of the most magnificent mountain passes in South Africa's Western Cape Province.