Henry the Clock Maker

We love it when our partners provide great video. Sydney’s m.a.s accountants “50 years counting, the original accounting office for small business” have this super cool animation video doing the rounds, featuring their new frontman Henry the Clock Maker.

This is real cute, entertaining, and delivers clear messages, emphasising their specialist focus on small business customers. To cap it off the video was created with them by Xero customer Little Marketing.

Henry the Clock Maker needed his accounts straightened out and tax paperwork hodge podge sorted so he could have more time to teach little Jack the family business and make his dream of building the world’s largest cuckoo clock a reality. But why are we telling you this. Watch the video:

Remember, Xero is right behind you when you want to create great marketing, just head over to our partner marketing resource. (and remember to login as a partner to see the resource).


Gayle Buchanan
March 15, 2013 at 6:15 pm

nice work m. a. s. …

Jane Crews
March 15, 2013 at 6:39 pm

Very timely reminder m.a.s. March BAS is looming!!!

Tyrone Atiko
March 15, 2013 at 10:36 pm

An excellent Computer animated piece, with well placed Xero logos and a humorous story. Eye catching and memorable.

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