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Come and say hello at SXSW!

by Sarah Wilbore | February 29/2012 | austin, saul-colt, south-by-southwest, sxsw, sxswi, texas
Come and say hello at SXSW! Come say hello in Austin, Texas This year marks our 6th at South By South West Interactive festival and we’re looking forward to getting back to Austin, Texas for another great event. Boy have we had some cool experiences in the past! We had our first roadburn, we delivered hangover kits, we helped you bring home the bacon and…

Panels for SXSW 2012: Vote for your favorite topics

by Saul Colt | August 17/2011 | corey-reid, saul-colt, sunir-shah, sxsw, sxswi
Panels for SXSW 2012: Vote for your favorite topics

sxsw-logoCowboys and cowgirls, it’s that time of year again; when cattle roam free and votes for SXSW are tallied.

What’s SXSW?

SXSW, standing for South by South West, is a music, film and interactive conference and festival that happens every year in Austin, Texas. The event brings together awesome folks from all over the world…


Come meet us in June/July

by John Coates | June 9/2011 | events, on-the-road, saul-colt
Come meet us in June/July

FreshBooks is hitting the road to come meet you!

Our very own Head of Magic, Saul, will be speaking at the Read Write Web 2-way Summit in NYC on June 13th-14th and would love to see some familiar faces! Want to go? Use the special promo code “saul” when you signup to get a discounted…


Flowchart: Should I work for free?

Flowchart: Should I work for free?

Our very own Saul and Sarah were at Design Ranch in Texas this past weekend, and met the very talented Jessica Hische. Jessica is responsible for adding many beautiful things to our world but we figured we would share this one specific piece as it relates directly to a lot of FreshBooks users.

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Under the Hood: Introducing Saul

by Mike McDerment | January 10/2008 | saul-colt
Under the Hood: Introducing Saul

Photo of Saul ColtYou know that feeling when someone is talking and you don’t want them to stop? You are captivated, entertained and amused? That’s how I felt when I had to run out of our first interview with Saul to get a phone call — it sucked to have to leave. Fortunately he was good enough to…