Unser Ziel für den Tag: echtes Coworking leben. Also etwas Wichtiges erledigt bekommen und mit neuen geschäftlichen und privaten Kontakten nach Hause gehen.Das Special: ab 13 Uhr wird uns Marcus A. Link von Manupool wieder Einblicke in die spannende Welt des open source 3D-Druckens bieten. Der 3D-Drucker bleibt dann vielleicht als Dauerleihgabe im Space :-). Jellys sind kostenloses Coworking für alle – sie finden weltweit in über 100 Städten in Wohnungen, Cafés oder Coworking Spaces statt.
What is Jelly?
Jelly is a casual working event. It’s taken place in over a hundred cities where people have come together (in a person’s home, a coffee shop, or an office) to work for the day. We provide chairs and sofas, wireless internet, and interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off of.
You bring a laptop (or whatever you need to get your work done) and a friendly disposition.
Why do you do this?
Jelly started in NYC in February of 2006 when roommates Amit and Luke realized that they loved working from home, but they missed the creative brainstorming, sharing, and camaraderie of a traditional office. (Office politics, not so much.)
So they started inviting friends to come work from their home one day a week. They soon found that working in close proximity to new and interesting people every couple weeks resulted in new ideas and interesting conversations.
Emboldened by their early success, they made it a more regular thing. Jelly was born.
Who can come to Jelly?
We see a lot of designers, developers, and internet types, but we’ve also had musicians, cooks, sound designers, tea sommeliers, product designers, photographers, writers, and more.
Some of us are entrepreneurs or freelancers. Others work in an office most of the time, but work at Jelly for fresh ideas and a change of pace.
No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly and share your talent and learn from others.