Trent Innes is a hero at Xero. An accountant with more than 20 years of experience, he first joined the cloud-based accounting platform’s Melbourne HQ in 2013 as National Sales Director, then in January 2016, became Xero Australia & Asia Managing Director, just a decade after its genesis on an apartment dining room table in Wellington, New… Read more »
The days are long, the work is difficult, and the 25% of small business owners who can’t afford to pay themselves a wage in their first year, are probably just scraping by.
Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance, and for Xero’s Bindy Edelman inclusion means an environment where people feel respected, understood, and celebrated for their differences.
Part of the reason why SMB owners are choosing to forgo a business loan is the amount of documentation required, with 80 percent stating it was onerous.
Accounting software company Xero has acquired Canadian startup Hubdoc for an initial fee of US$60 million ($80.87 million) that consists of 35 percent cash and 65 percent in Xero stock.
Here are five of the most common traps we see businesses falling into at tax time, along with some tips to help you avoid them.
Fintech myprosperity, which has created an online platform to help financial advisers better work with their clients, has partnered with Macquarie Wealth.
Rod Drury has stepped down as CEO of Xero, with the company’s board announcing Steve Vamos will be taking on the role on April 1.
Xero has today announced a major integration with Wells Fargo, a US bank serving one in three households and more than three million small businesses across the United States.
Australia has always been a little out of the way from the rest of the world to make a massive global difference. But in recent years, the world has never been more open, or more accessible for the taking, for local entrepreneurs.
New Zealand cloud accounting software startup Xero has today announced a strategic partnership with Dropbox aimed at securing a significant share of the small business market.
New Zealand cloud accounting software startup Xero has announced that it has raised an investment of US$111 million from US venture capital firms Accel Partners and Matrix Capital.
Xero is positioning itself as the ‘startup’ platform of choice, whilst MYOB loses its grasp on the space
If MYOB has the reputation of being the ‘preferred accounting software for small business’ then Xero is certainly fast becoming the ‘technology partner of choice’ for startups when it comes to managing their numbers.
Xero is looking at further expanding their their footprint in the market with a version 8.0 update that will impact more than 147,000 Australian businesses.