Tourism in Hawke’s Bay is a thriving industry. Visitor numbers continue to hit record heights as crowds flock to see what the region has to offer.
Eight and a half years ago, the industry was not in such great shape.
The global financial crisis hit, exposing the fact that tourism in Hawke’s Bay did not have its own organisation, meaning those struggling through the tough times did not have their own voice.
In stepped Annie Dundas , general manager of Hawke’s Bay Tourism, who is now in her final weeks of her well-regarded stint as the head of the organisation.
Photo: Annie Dundas with her dog Tilly, who is a regular visitor at Hawke’s Bay Tourism. Photo / Warren Buckland
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Posted: 16 April 2019