#xerocon Australia rocked! (+award photos)

Thanks to all that attended Xerocon Australia, the biggest in our company’s history with over 400 attendees and over 30 exhibitors.

Judging by the feedback on Twitter and comments on our live blog, it was an engaging and worthwhile conference that everyone enjoyed.

Xero hosted a Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony after the conference with guests enjoying dinner, dancing and two live bands – one that was entirely made up of Xero staff and partners!

The room buzzed with excitement around the time the Xero Partner Awards were being announced. These awards recognise our top Partners in Australia that really go the extra mile. Congratulations to all the winners!


Partner of the Year


Partner of the Year - Growthwise


Fastest Growing Partner

Clark & Associates

Fastest Growing Partner - Clark & Associates


Xero Knowledge Award

Change Acccountants & Advisors

Xero Knowledge Award - Change Accountants & Advisors


Partner Website Award

Interactive Accounting

Partner Website Award - Interactive Accounting


Add-on Partner of the Year 



Add-On Partner of the Year - Unleashed


Emerging Add-on Partner of the Year



Emerging Add-On Partner of the Year - Fathom


100% Xero Award

Concero Consulting
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100% Xero Award - Concero Consulting


For more photos of the day, check out our Facebook album. If you attended, we’d love to hear what you thought – please share your feedback  in the comments below.




Richard Francis
July 23, 2012 at 4:36 pm

Super-thrilled for the Growthwise team – Steph, Kristy, Andrew and Alan. Newcastle is lucky!

Daniel Walls
July 23, 2012 at 4:49 pm

The Interactive accounting website is well deserving of it’s ‘Partner Website’ award. Great design and close affinity to Xero. The new video is entertaining. Not your typical accountant’s website – that’s for sure. Great work Guy & team.

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