Xero appoints Lipfriend Rodd International for annual conference

Cloud accountancy software company Xero has appointed boutique agency Lipfriend Rodd International to produce Xerocon, the company's annual conference.

The event will be held at Battersea Evolution from 9-10 February 2016, with 1,200 delegates expected to attend. Organised to bring the company’s clients together, the two-day conference will incorporate a gala dinner, awards ceremony and a speech from the explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

"Building on last year’s huge 43m curved screen formed by blending seven projectors, this year promises to be even bigger and better. Details are closely under wraps but watch this space," said LRI producer Elliot Levi.

Nina Habasune-Cowdery, marketing manager, Xero, added: "We are delighted to be working once more with LRI, who have always delivered consistently innovative and creative solutions." 

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