Flight voucher initiative

Twenty $500 flight vouchers are being given away by the Dunedin City Council's economic development unit so Dunedin businesses can host their clients in the city.

The initiative, to encourage businesses to meet VIP customers face-to-face in Dunedin, also includes hospitality deals, ranging from free accommodation to two-for-one entry fees to local attractions.

Economic development unit manager Peter Harris said flight vouchers were offered earlier in the year for business people to travel to see clients.

"They were snapped up very smartly, so now we're helping by encouraging them to host them here."

Applicants have to answer three online questions: Who do you want to see?, How important are they to you?, and When did they last visit your business?

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