Xero HQ is the place where Xero accounting and bookkeeping partners manage their clients’ information.
On 14 March 2020, between 17:00 – 21:00 UTC, we’ll be performing system maintenance on Xero HQ to help us bring partners even ... Read More
This Sunday, 8 March, is International Women’s Day. The global focus for 2020 is #EachforEqual – the idea that whatever our gender identity, each one of us can help create a gender equal world.
This theme resonates, because one of our six diversity and inclusion principles ... Read More
When starting out on social media it can be overwhelming. Which platform should you be on? How often do you need to post? What should you post? What shouldn’t you post?! Is Facebook right for me? Do I need to learn how to ... Read More
Earlier this week, we opened the conversation about what a gender equal workplace means to some of our people and customers around the world. And we are excited to continue the conversation in the run up to ... Read More
At Xero, we’re committed to building a fast-growing but sustainable business. As part of our focus on social and environmental impact, we announced Net Zero @ Xero in November 2019. This is our commitment to ... Read More
Last night we celebrated our accounting and app partners from across South Africa at the annual Xero Awards. Marking the first time we’ve hosted a standalone event for the awards, it was an honour to reward our community of partners for their hard ... Read More
Did you know that no country in the world has yet achieved gender equality? As International Women’s Day (IWD) 2020 draws near, it’s important to highlight that gender equality is no longer a women’s issue – it’s a human issue and a business ... Read More
Platforms or ‘super apps’ are nothing new to consumers. In the business to consumer (B2C) space, super apps such as WeChat in China and Grab in Southeast Asia have transformed our lives as we know it.
They empower us with the ability ... Read More
Launching and running a business is no easy feat. Entrepreneurs wear many hats, and some may not have the training or know-how to manage the financial aspect of their ventures. Founders may overlook accounting lapses and problems, especially when it comes to cashflow. ... Read More