Walker Wayland, Xero and TradiePad – For your Trade & Construction business

If you do one thing this year to streamline your business processes in the trade and construction industry, register yourself for this webinar.

Xero and TradiePad have teamed up to bring you information about the new technology tools in the Trades & Construction industry that you can implement in your business.

The team are running two identical webinars, that will cover:

  • An overview of TradiePad
  • The nuts and bolts of trade businesses, and where technology comes into play
  • How Xero can benefit you & your accountant
  • The difference between a Digital Transition vs Digital Transformation
  • Information on what the conversion & implementation process looks like

Cost: It’s FREE

Time & Dates: Wednesday 3 March 2021

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (AWST – Perth)

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5:30 pm – 6:30 pm (AWST – Perth)

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When asked ‘which accounting firm did you hear about this event from’, don’t forget to say Walker Wayland Advantage.

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