Xero Australia commits to growth in the capital

Xero Australia is excited to announce the opening of a new office in Canberra, amid its growing footprint in Australia. The team in Canberra is moving to a larger office space to accommodate the hiring of additional staff, with a number of developer roles opening up in the second half of 2014.Xero Canberra

During a time when many public sector jobs are under threat in the ACT following this year’s Federal Budget, we’re committed to creating employment opportunities in Australia’s capital.

Momentum for Xero is building strongly among small business owners, with the recent announcement that Australia has over 120,000 customers, and staff numbers in Australia now total 144 across five offices.

Check out our photos of Xero Australia’s new Canberra office, and listen to an interview I gave to 2CC radio in Canberra:

 

Xero staff meet in the new Canberra officeMeeting in Xero Australia The Xero team in Canberra Work in progress over in Xero Australia

2 Comments

Sandra Hunter
June 18, 2014 at 9:19 am

No women? :)

Gordon Newell
June 27, 2014 at 2:11 pm

Is this to justify the “Australian Tax” for you product?

Standard Plan US$30.00 – Australian equivalent AU$50.00 (as of 27/6/2014 that equals $47.00 US$). So Australians get to pay around 60% more!

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