We’re on the road again in Australia

It’s always a buzz hitting the road to meet Partners and Xero enthusiasts face-to-face. You get to connect, put a face to the name (and even share a laugh or two). Plus it’s also a great way to share stories.

And storytelling is, after all, something that’s in all of us, and we wanted to inspire more of it within the context of our May roadshows. And that’s why we tweaked our presentation format into something new: Panel Partner Sessions that allowed for more stories to be shared between Partners and people.

These sessions saw a group of Xero Gold Partners take to the stage to share their individual stories: how they got to where they are, how they overcame challenges, how they worked through issues and reached their goals. It made for captivating content, and it’s been awesome to see it unfold at Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane so far.


Xero Territory Managers hosted each Partner panel session, and from the ones I’ve seen to date, they’ve been a big hit: audiences have been keen to hear the stories, engage and ask questions.


We also ran a dedicated session for Financial Advisors to give an update on this growing channel, together with a demo session showing how Xero and Midwinter’s AdviceOS platform can work together. We’re excited to be partnering with the likes of Midwinter, and judging by the reaction of those in the audience, so are many of you!
If you’re in Adelaide or Perth and would like to come along, there’s still time to register for 27 May in Adelaide and 28 May in Perth. If you can’t make it along but don’t want to miss out, we’re running a free webinar on 3 June.

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