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Introducing the Xero Partner Advisory Council (XPAC) of accountants and bookkeepers

Posted 6 years ago in Advisors by Rob Stone
Posted by Rob Stone

Listening is the most important part of any conversation. That’s why I’m so proud to launch Australia’s Xero Partner Advisory Council (XPAC) – our community of industry leaders.

They are here to help drive conversations that will make a difference to advisors and small businesses across Australia.  

Challengers and champions

The 15 members of our XPAC – each of whom are 2016 Xerocon award winners – are bookkeepers or accountants who already challenge and champion the needs of their industry. Every year, we’ll invite a new group of advisors to represent the XPAC, while our current advisors become our XPAC Alumni.

We will regularly check in with our council to ask: What industry change do you think is needed right now? What keeps your peers awake at night? Where can Xero make the biggest difference? What are we getting right? What can we improve?

From automation, auditing, tax and compliance to work-life balance, entrepreneurship and succession planning, we can’t wait to talk more deeply about the matters that matter to you – and provide the platform that champions those voices, far and wide.

Start the conversation

We’d love for you to get to know our XPAC members via twitter and LinkedIn, where they’ll share their industry insights and opinions. And, more importantly, I really encourage you to start your own conversations.

Ultimately this is all about knowledge sharing with purpose, and we’re here to translate those insights into outcomes.

Meet the members of XPAC Australia

Tanya Titman, Consolid8@ttitman

James Webb, Link Bookkeeping@linkbookkeeping

Megan Faraday-Bensley, Prosperity Advisers Group@MFaradaybensley

Kelly Chard, Prosperity Advisers Group

Jacqui McMillan, Figures Matter – @figuresmatter

Jennie Smith, Figures Matter@figuresmatter

Karla Hourigan, Infinesse@Infinesse1

Shannon Smit, Smart Business Solutions@smart_sbs

Natasha Sampson-Ly, Tashly Consulting@tashlyconsult

Nick Grieve, Perks Business Solutions@PerksAdelaide

Gabrielle Osborne, PBG Business Services@GabOsborne

Robin Allardice, Bentley’s Tasmania@rallardice

Andrew Erkins, Digit Books@andrewerkins

Susan Montanari, Nexia Perth@NexiaAustralia

Jasmine Strom, Nexia Perth@NexiaAustralia

One comment

Heather Smith
May 2, 2017 at 5.00 pm

Great news!

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