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
P. J. Brogden Contracting Ltd: building a lasting family business
The Brogdens' secret to success is in the strength of their relationship. Now, using their accountant and Xero, they’re working to future proof their business for their son, Mark.
Wilsons Dairy Farming: from seeing the detail to big picture thinking
Colin and Di Wilson have been running their dairy farms for over 34 years. From getting down in the detail, they now use Xero to step back and see the bigger picture.
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.