Ollie Chiang joined Xero in April 2014 as a product manager in Auckland. He looks after parts of Xero’s practice product suite.
What are the reasons you chose to join Xero and are they still relevant today?
Being a proud Kiwi, I’ve always ... Read More
How many people do you know with wearable tech? Now subtract everyone who’s wearing a FitBit or a smartwatch. Anyone left? Aside from the three people (in the world) who bought Google Glass, you’ll probably struggle to find anyone who uses wearable tech for anything other than counting their steps ... Read More
Making your small business stand out online has never been more challenging thanks to the rapid growth of search engine optimization. But it turns out SEO isn’t as mysterious as it might seem. A few simple steps – and an ongoing strategy – could make all the difference to improving ... Read More
Invoicing just got a whole lot better for all you Android folk out there.
Our last post on Xero for Android talked about how mighty fine the app is looking these days after the walloping Material Design update.
We’ve been working pretty hard and have released a lot ... Read More
Tech startups are often taught to “move fast and break things”. But as a business expands it will inevitably face growing pains.
Chat ops app Slack has been on an incredible growth trajectory. In just two years ... Read More
Lauren and Elena are two young entrepreneurs with an iced tea empire in the making. Their rapidly growing small business, Those Girls, uses their shared passion for unique flavour combinations to create delicious iced teas. If you haven’t seen them popping up at festivals and markets across Victoria, ... Read More
The Xero ecosystem is always growing. There’s always something new, from retail and financing solutions to software for the health and well being industry. This update covers everything that’s been going on in our ecosystem for the last two months.
Dryrun provides a simple way to picture revenue, profit and ... Read More
“The biggest online landlord now would have to be Google. Having a fear of landlords I’m afraid of this big Google landlord, to the extent that I’m more than happy to grow my business; be very, very relevant in what we do; and describe exactly what we do ... Read More
After dry weather withered last season’s milk production in Victoria, it’s easy to see how the financial success of regional farming can swing on the whims of Mother Nature. But as Warragul-based business advisory firm Pursuit Advisers are proving, data-driven services are here to give farmers a new way ... Read More