Meet our customers
Businesses from across New Zealand share their stories about why they’re passionate about what they do and how Xero helped them along the way.
Lee Fish: taking fish to far-flung places
Evansdale Cheese: how an innovative idea sparked a family business
The Dennisons had never made cheese before. But they thought the time was ripe to start their own cheesemaking factory.
Sweet Axe Throwing Co: turning axe-throwing into a viable business
Sarah and Lloyd built a successful business out of throwing axes. And they’re smashing their targets.
Organic Dynamic: turning a passion for surfing into a sustainable brand
Jack loved being out on the waves. So he turned his hobby into a sustainable, eco-friendly brand.
Hunt and Gather: starting a beekeeping business from scratch
Rory and Hannah took a risk on an adventure. Find out why they chose beekeeping and how they’ve kept the business thriving.
The Experience Collective: working on the move
Find out how a small business in the Wairarapa runs brewery tours on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island.
Volare: finding the perfect ingredients for an artisanal bakery
Ryan and Ed have created the ideal partnership. With complementary skills they've managed to build a thriving bakery in the Waikato.
Maisey Harris & Co: more than just accountants
Nathan and Peter started a non-traditional accounting business that offers clients more than just tax advice. Find the secret to their success.
The Raw Kitchen: realising the benefits of a plant-based diet
A passion for raw food drove Olivia Scott to start her own business, bringing healthy sweet treats to the streets of Auckland.
Farmfeed: starting a farming business in a flat market
When Simon decided to start his own farming business, he went all out and started two. In a bad market. Find out how he survived.
Kowtow: from refugee to global entrepreneur
Gosia's experiences gave her the global perspective to create a Fairtrade fashion label that's ethically made from seed to garment.
MatWorks: How a passion for pilates inspired a flexible business
Phoebe created a mobile business to bring pilates to wherever people need it. Including the top of Auckland's Sky Tower.
Coffee Supreme: finding a balance between life and work
Watch the video with Al Keating, owner of Coffee Supreme, to find out why he loves supporting local talent and just being in the moment.