Creative and digital freelancers
In obliging work space and cafes
1st and 3rd Thursday’s of every month
Providing a home for creative digital freelancers in Liverpool
Jelly Liverpool is a freelance meetup and pop up office, that travels from place to place welcoming visitors with free Coffee, free WiFi and a place to work.
The idea of Jelly Liverpool is to provide chairs and tables, wireless internet and coffee but more importantly interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off.
You bring a laptop (or whatever you need to get your work done) and a friendly disposition.
Newcomers made very welcome.
Who can come to Jelly?
We see a lot of developers, and internet types. Some would class themselves as entrepreneurs or freelancers. Others work in an office most of the time, but work at Jelly for fresh ideas and a change of pace. We’d love to encourage a lot more to attend and to spread the word wider in Liverpool to attract more from the creative & digital industry sector, but basically anyone who works remotely or independently is made very welcome.
No matter what you do or what you create, you’re welcome to come to Jelly and share your talent and learn from others.
Still unsure if Jelly Liverpool is for you ? …. let’s see, do you …
- work from home & get “cabin fever”?
- search out coffee shops with wifi & power?
- wish that “working for yourself” didn’t mean “working by yourself”?
- are desperate for a change of scene?
- want to expand your network & contacts?
- seek out some inspiration & motivation?
On the Blog
Last Thursday we had a fabulous day down at the rather marvelous Launch22. L22 had laid on big screens, pizzas and drinks for the England versus wales game so it was going to be a home away from home for the big match day. As we seem to be doing this every time we run...
Find out about Jelly Liverpool right here #’Liverpool #digital #freelance https://t.co/YuvbkOY5zQ — JellyLiverpool (@JellyLiverpool) April 19, 2016 We hope you can all join us for @JellyLiverpool on Thursday! It’s going to be a blast!!...
It was way back in 2010 when Jelly Liverpool was started by Open Labs as a way to bring together the Liverpool Digital community. Open Labs did this mainly so they could get a good feel for the size of the existing digital community and to see what was going on...