Our biggest Xero Roadshow yet!

I’ve been on many road trips in my life, but never one as big as this. The Xero Roadshow for Australia covers 20 cities – from Bendigo, all the way up to Darwin. It has an audience of over 5,000 accountants and bookkeepers in attendance, so it’s no wonder the nerves have kicked in a little!

Xero roadshow audience in Australia

With more and more businesses heading to the cloud, it’s an exciting time to be getting up in front of so many people to chat about cloud technology, market updates and other exciting news from Xero.

Of course, I won’t be the only one speaking. You’ll also get to hear from Xero product, Tax and partner specialists – plus we’ll have 38 exhibitors (across the 20 events), giving you ample opportunity to explore the App ecosystem that is continually evolving. And we encourage you, as always, to ask questions, network and start a dialogue.

20 cities covered for the Xero Roadshow

So, the bags are packed, I’ve got my presentation down pat, and I’m all ready to roll on with the Xero Roadshow for 2014. To see where else we’ll be heading, check out the roadshow website.

Stay tuned for more updates from myself and Chris Ridd (our Australian MD) as we zig-zag our way across Australia, spreading the word and meeting with as many partners and people as we can!

Check out the Xero Roadshow site for Australia

I look forward to seeing you there.

Trent

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