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UK Jelly. The Secrets of Home Working Success : Work from Home Wisdom. Your Say: The wonderful thing about Jelly… Regular Enterprise Nation contributor Rickie Josen is a big fan of Jelly.

Your Say: The wonderful thing about Jelly…

No, not the wobbly stuff you eat with ice cream, but the loose co-working group for freelancers and homeworkers that meets in cafes, home, offices – and other locations – across the US and, increasingly, the UK. This is what Rickie has to say about the virtues of Jelly. I first encountered Jelly during a long stint in New York, thanks to EN’s very own Emma Jones recommending it (she does a lot of that – Ed). All I knew about Jelly when I RSVPed to my first one was that it’s about co-working for people who otherwise work alone, at home. When I came back to the UK, given that we have all moved towards home-working, portfolio careers and entrepreneurship - not to mention the more general acceptance of social media as a way of connecting - I was surprised Jelly wasn’t already in a huge city like Birmingham. Why work in a Jelly? So, there are several reasons to co-work in a Jelly: Get out of the house!

Coworking, café internet et location de bureau. Coworking, partage de bureaux, cafés wifi. Coworking, partage de bureaux, cafés wifi. WORLDWIDE #JELLYWEEK 2012. PROUDLY PRESENTED: Jellyweek Crew Part 1 / Leslie, Bert-Ola, Leila From 2nd to 9th of september the international Jellyweek Crew will gather for the first time at the JELLYWEEK SUMMER WORKCAMP in the south of France.


It will be a very important moment for the Jellyweek movement, when people who mostly experienced together the first Worldwide Jellyweek in January 2012, but who didn’t meet each other personnally before, will come together with their experiences, skills, energies for the first time to cocreate the next Jellyweek in January 2013. See also the cool deskmag article to learn more about the camp. Today we present the first part of the crew with asking them four important questions: Who I am? What’s my vision for the next Jellyweek? Leslie Starr / France / Camp Organizer & Jellyweek 2012 Ambassador WHO I AMI am a strong minded girl, a wife and a mother, I live in the country side and I’m passionate about coworking.

Bert-Ola Bergstrand / Sweden / Jellyweek 2012 Ambassador. Languedoc Jelly - coworking events in Languedoc-Roussillon France. Jelly en France! Alors c'est quoi? Jelly est le nom donné par ses fondateurs à un concept novateur de travail en commun.

Jelly en France! Alors c'est quoi?

Ces initiatives permettent à des travailleurs indépendants ou des salariés télétravailleurs de se réunir ponctuellement pour exercer leur activité normale mais dans un cadre différent, propice à l’échange et à l’entraide. Ces rendez-vous sont l’occasion, pour les créateurs d’entreprises, les indépendants, les salariés autonomes, les dirigeants en exercice, de se rencontrer et de s’extraire de leur cadre de travail habituel. Un Jelly est un mélange de travail, de discussion, de comparaisons d’idées, de partage de connaissances, d’entraide, qui peut mener à l’élaboration de nouveaux projets ou à des collaborations. Il peut aussi ne servir à rien d’autre qu’à rompre un certain isolement tout en maintenant son activité professionnelle classique.

Pour participer, il suffit d’apporter son équipement de travail et de la bonne humeur. La connexion Wi-Fi est mise à disposition.