Make Xerocon your staff Christmas party

Delivering value for attendees is the main focus when we plan for Xerocon. But we never expected it to be a substitute for the annual staff Christmas party.

This year Xero Platinum Partner Curtis McLean have made the call to skip their traditional staff party. Instead, they have decided to take their entire 36-strong team to Xerocon New Zealand in early 2014.

We caught up with Paul Pettit from Curtis McLean to hear all about it, and he also talks about who best to send to the conference if you can’t send the whole team:

The conference is held in all countries where we have offices. Over the next two months we have conferences coming up in Sydney, San Francisco and London.

By attending the conference, you’ll get a firsthand look at how accounting professionals are using Xero. You’ll gain insights about how to work smarter, boost productivity and become a hands-on, trusted advisor for small business clients.

Groups of people sitting around tables at the Xerocon conference

The conference keynote speeches will give you a glimpse of our vision for the future of Xero. You’ll also get a sneak peek at upcoming features and new revenue streams for savvy accountants.

Find out more about Xerocon

One Comment

Denis Breen
August 14, 2013 at 9:45 pm

Agree with Paul. All the team at http://www.profitpal.ie are heading to Xerocon London again this year. Last years trip was exceptionally good and we know this year is going to be even bigger so we’re pretty excited about it. If you want staff buy in and involvement there is no better opportunity. We’re kinda treating it as our End of Summer Party. See you there.

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