Jun

11

indieLove co-hosts a special Jelly … Coffee Club!

Our umbrella business, indieLove are delighted to co-host this Jelly with a twist hosted in assocation with our friends official Birmingham #Jelly and Enterprise Nation Club‘s Coffee Club.

Who: freelancers, home workers, solopreneurs, small business owners, field workers, people escaping the office for the day – in fact, everyone is welcome to drop in co-work, collaborate and chat. Other than a laptop you can bring your notebook, craft or just yourself, it’s a great time to clear your diary and think of new ideas. Other than a laptop you can bring your note-book, craft or just yourself, it’s a great time to clear your diary and think of new ideas.

Where:
Friday June 14th from 9am until 2pm at Urban Coffee Company, Jewellery Quarter.

Great, where do we sign up?
Although there is no formal RSVP, we encourage you to sign up at on meetup and or #wewillgather to let your friends know that you’re coming.

About Enterprise Nation Club –
A new modern membership scheme for small businesses. For just £20 per year, the scheme offersmany benefits including 25% off all of our books and events and over £500-worth of exclusive business benefits.

About Jelly Birmingham
Set up and run by Rickie Josen for over 2 years now, Jelly Birmingham is the established co-working event in Birmingham’s small business calendar.

About IndieLove
Set up in 2013, IndieLove offers affordable products and services to fantastic independent businesses everywhere and does so with a spirit of fun, adventure and opportunity. Follow on twitter and a like on facebook.

For more information on how Jelly started in New York have a look at this or read my article about Jelly in Enterprise Nation here.

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Aug

15

Pictures and Report from #Superjelly

Last Friday’s #superjelly was a super-sized version of the official Birmingham #jelly usually held monthly at Urban Coffee Company’s Jewellery Quarter Coffee Emporium.

Coffee Birmingham teamed up with official Birmingham #jelly organiser Rickie Josen and our sponsors, Enterprise Nation to run the #superjelly at three venues across the city – Urban Coffee Company in the Jewellery Quarter (as per usual) but also Six Eight Kafe in the city centre and Cafe Ezra at Hotel LaTour in Eastside.

It was a fantastic day with existing jellyheads turning up on mass to co-work, drink coffee, chat and talk not only with other well known jellyheads but also to welcome and introduce new jellyheads. We were delighted to see a lot of new faces to #jelly. Our new jellyheads included a Jelly organiser from Shopshire, leading voice actor, two hairdressers, an Occupational Psychologist and a Birmingham based printing company.

What is always refreshing to see is how new jellyheads very quickly atune to the opportunities that Jelly provides, whether it is to chat, to exchange views or two get some advice. For example, we introduced hairdressers @Scott1One and @dkny_n to twitter and to Enterprise Nation’s #watercoolermoment.

The twittersphere was definitely full of activity relating to #superjelly and quite a few people went on a #jellycrawl to all three venues on the day.

All the coffee shop locations responded by putting on their own deals exclusively for #jellyheads and there was lots of glorious cake and a few savouries courtesy of our supporter, the awesome @cocomelibakery.

We are very grateful to Enterprise Nation for sponsoring us and this event and to @cybrum, @rickiewrites and @tickitoff for being our #jelly guides.

Pictures courtesy of me (@timmy666), @rickiewrites, @amberoccpsych and Karen from @hotel_latour.

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