Making small business beautiful, together in Los Angeles

The local LA team is here to help bring your practice to the next level and change the way you work with your small business clients. Reach out to any of our team members below and they will be happy to discuss how Xero can help with your practice efficiencies and answer any questions you have.

Meet the LA team

Account Managers

It's my job to analyze and optimize practices with Xero. I'll be your main point of contact through your practice's journey as you grow on our platform.

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Ani Topchyan

Senior Account Manager

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Tom Bunning

Tom Bunning

Account Manager

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Simon Baskaron

Simon Baskaron

Senior Account Manager

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Partner Development Representative

I am here to help you get started with the partner program. I’ll set up your Partner Edition account, and answer any questions along the way. Let me know how I can help you be successful with Xero.

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Sam Wolfson

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Partner Consultant

I’m here to guide you through the conversion process as you start moving your clients’ data to Xero. I’ll also assist you with implementation and walk you through setting up your account.

Liz Mason

Phil Skinner

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Xero Ambassador

I'm here to help current and potential partners along their journey to the cloud and expand the mindset of the profession.

Liz Mason

Liz Mason

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