Xero Revolution Roadshow

Thinking about switching to Xero – but want to know more? For the month of August we are showcasing Xero at 15 towns and cities throughout New Zealand, as we move toward our General Release.

Chartered Accountant and Xero Founder Hamish Edwards will provide an insight into how accountants can make their clients’ businesses more successful, using Xero, and using the Virtual CFO concept.

The roadshow will include information designed especially for accountants, as well as for your clients, who are invited to join us later for an introduction and demonstration of Xero.

Find out more about what Xero can do for your practice including a product overview; how Xero enables the concept of the Virtual CFO; and an outline of the Xero Partners Programme.

We’ll finish off with question time – just what is Xero? How does it work? Which of my clients are the perfect fit for Xero?

We’d love to catch up with anyone who’s interested. Please contact us with your details at lucy.hempseed@xero.com. All events are free of charge and will start at 4pm.

Event details:

The Xero Revolution Roadshow
4 – 6pm, 1st – 31st August2007
Whangarei to Invercargill (and most places in between)
More info:
Roadshow Schedule

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