Xero’s 2014 Annual Meeting – 23 July

It’s that time again. After another huge year, we’re looking forward to seeing our valued shareholders in Wellington for our 2014 Annual Meeting.

This year’s Annual Meeting is shaping up to be our biggest yet. You’ll have the chance to meet our new Board members at the new venue – Shed 6, on Queens Wharf. We’re looking forward to giving you a full update on where we’re at and plans for the next year.

We love the opportunity to meet our shareholders so we hope you can make it.

Xero's Annual Meeting in 2013

Last year’s Annual Meeting at Te Papa in Wellington

Details 

The 2014 Annual Meeting of Xero Limited will be held on Wednesday 23 July from 4pm–5.30pm at Shed 6, Queens Wharf, Jervois Quay, Wellington, New Zealand.

2014 Annual Meeting agenda

1. The Chairman’s introductions

2. Formal business and resolutions

3. CEO strategic presentation

4. Shareholder questions

Presentation slides will be viewable on the NZX, ASX and the Xero.com investor page and we plan to have a video of the key presentations on the blog the following day.

Auckland Investor Briefing

For our shareholders in the Auckland area, we will be running an Investor Briefing at the Xero Office, L1, 69 St Georges Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland on Friday 25 July from 10.30am–11.30am.

Please register for the Auckland event by clicking on the link below and following the prompts:

http://events.xero.com/nz/events/1061-auckland-investor-briefing 

Please let us know in the blog comments if you have any questions that you’d like answered on the day

 

5 Comments

Mike Porter
July 4, 2014 at 2:21 pm

Thanks Rod, look forward to seeing you in Akld.
Have you moved forward with a referral scheme, 300,000 sales people seem like a good fit for Xero. :)
I know you have about 99% of users already flying the Xero brand, but an active referral programme seems like a natural fit for your business model and you’re now at real scale.

Ricardo
July 6, 2014 at 11:22 pm

Looking to view the presentation slides. Also, Please give us the Net Income / loss guidance for financial year 2014-2015 although it is very early to say. I believe the company is progressing very well in its goals. There will be lots of things to be done.

We were in Sydney Central Station today. We saw a Xero Billboard outside the station and Xero advertisement inside the station. Hope you put an advertisement in major sport events.

Justin Keen
July 7, 2014 at 10:15 am

Yes, I look forward to the Akl briefing also, I assume we do not need to register?

My questions as posted on our blog last week would be:

Competition is heating up in the online accounting space both locally and globally. How does Xero, both now and in the future, differentiate itself from its competitors? Especially compared with Intuit and QBO in the US. What is your point of difference?

Culture in the workplace. Xero has grown very quickly over the past few years both with paying users and the number of team members. How do you retain the ‘small startup/everyone mucks in’ culture when the company has this extreme growth? Is it a challenge to retain some of the team?

Xero has a very open API so third parties can connect to the accounting engine with relative ease. Where do you see the future for this to continue for Xero? And is there any intention to buy companies/systems to add to the suite of Xero services? This is in light of Intuit in the US buying Invitbox, an accounts payable processing system.

There is a lot of noise in social media especially on Twitter around Cloud Accounting with different vendors. Do you have a company policy with engaging with competitors? ‘Discussions’ around their products and/or pointing out limitations? Is it not a dangerous game to go down this road?

Thanks Rod and team, continue the great work!

Tom Blundell
July 9, 2014 at 9:45 pm

Given that we have now passed $100m annualised revenue what are the plans for USA listing. Also given that Nasdaq is (arguably) significantly over valued at the moment would this have any impact on the timing of a said listing ?

Gayle Buchanan
July 23, 2014 at 1:57 pm

Ditto, looking forward to Fridays Investor Overview

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