New Co-Working Event in Exeter
New Co-working Event in ExeterExeter Jelly is an informal co-working event where freelancers, home workers and small/micro business owners bring their laptop or other work and work, chat and collaborate. The ethos of Jelly is to be accessible to all so the venue and wifi are provided FREE of charge, with small donations asked for teas & coffees. Exeter Jelly happens every second Wednesday of the month, with the first one happening on Wednesday 12th December at The Generator, Dix's Field - book your ticket here.
Work with Like-Minded People in ExeterCo-working means meeting up with like-minded people to work together in a different environment, to exchange help and advice, and maybe come up with a new idea to collaborate on. Jelly differs from networking in that the aim is not to find new clients or to sell yourself or your business.
@ The Generator, Dix's Field, Exeter
What to bringBring your laptop and work, headphones if you want but most of all bring a positive attitude. This event is here for you to enjoy working in an informal collaborative space. Plus biscuits or sweets always go down well :)
About the SpaceA large airy well lit space on the top floor, desks, tables, power sockets and wifi are all provided. There is a lift, toilets and basic refreshments (we ask for a small charitable donation towards the cost of Teas and Coffees). Corkscrew Generator runs monthly Entrepreneur Bootcamps for young people across Europe and you will find that they will be often in the work space and eager to learn about your business and hear your stories of life as an Entrepreneur/Freelancer/Small Business in and around Exeter.
About JellyIn 2006 two freelance designers in New York decided to set up a monthly meet up for other freelancers to co-work, they called it a Jelly. Since then it has spread across the World. In the UK there is a dedicated web site listing Jelly events happening.
Exeter Jelly is a collaborationExeter Jelly is a true collaboration in itself. It is not for profit, it's totally free and it is not funded by any Public money. It is simply a willingness between the organising parties to work together to help others grow their enterprises and support the growing tech sector in Exeter.
Corkscrew Generator - @CorkscrewHub
Exeter Web - @Exeter_Web
Exeter Social Media - @ExeterSoMe