UK spring road-trip

Yours truly and the Xero UK gang will be living it large in May, mostly on account of consuming vast quantities of motorway service station food en route to an exhausting schedule of events where we’ll be popping up at more than 12 different spots around the country, from Newcastle to Bristol.

So, if you’re an accountant and like the sound of what Xero might do for your clients and your practice, or a start-up business looking for an early leg-up, take your pick from the following public appearances…

Places are strictly limited at the Now’s The Time regional events, so if you’d like to come along it’s best to book early.

Hope to see you somewhere along the way.

* Organiser charges for attendance
** Featuring Xero’s CEO, Rod Drury

3 Comments

Paul
May 7, 2010 at 6:49 am

BTW.. I tried to sign up, but that stupid tick-tac-toe thing kept screwing up and so now you’ve lost a customer. Congrats.

Amy Domican
May 7, 2010 at 6:01 pm

Hi Paul, really sorry to hear it was playing up for you. We had an intermittent issue that’s now been fixed so please email us at support@xero.com if you continue to get an error.

Matt Alsbury-Morris
May 22, 2010 at 11:48 pm

Was great to see the Xero Team at the Business Startup Show on Thursday & Friday – there was lots of interest, and some very good demonstrations from the Xero Team. Interest wasn’t just at Xero’s stand but we had a lot of interest from accountants & bookkeepers at our stand too. Well done to Xero for making a stand and showing Sage what the next generation of people and businesses want – one day they’ll work out what they are doing wrong! (but it will be too late!)

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