Free (ish!) Jelly for Thanet based small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs!

Calling home workers, small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs! Just a reminder that the first Margate Jelly Group is open for business on 22ndFebruary at Westgate Pavilion, Sea Road, Westgate.

The Margate Jelly Group in Margate / Westgate is for small business owners, freelancers and other homeworkers who miss the interaction and buzz of an office environment. The new group aims to meet once or twice a month at a venue in Margate / Westgate. Just bring a laptop, some work and get the buzz of the office environment!

Described by its founders as a casual working event where people come together to work for the day, Margate Jelly is being organised by local firm Speedie Consultants Limited.

“Isolation is one of the biggest challenges of working from home. Jelly is a friendly way for home workers to get out of their home office for a change of scene, a good chat and a shot of inspiration” says founder, Jason Hulott.

What is Jelly?

Jelly is (allegedly!) named after the jelly beans that two New York freelancers were eating when they came up with the concept of Jelly Groups. Since the creation of Jelly in 2006, groups have sprung up worldwide – and the first Margate Jelly Group runs on 22ndFebruary from 10am to 2pm.

If you work from home – or you run a small business – you may find you feel isolated and miss the interaction you get when in an office environment. Jelly is great as it can be whatever you want it to be – a place to work while a ‘buzz’ goes on around you, or the chance to share tips, ideas or even gossip around the water cooler!

What is the cost?

This Jelly Group will cost £3 to attend, which goes to the venue. The Westgate Pavilion will provide seating, desk space and free wi-fi. Refreshments / a snack bar will be available if you want to stop by for lunch.

Drop in anytime on the day

The idea of Jelly is that there is no pressure or obligation – you simply turn up to the venue as and when – and as often – as you want, with your laptop, and you are away, whether for an hour or the whole day.

Interested?

Visit http://margatejelly.eventbrite.co.uk to book your ticket. The £3 is payable on the door to the venue but by booking we can monitor numbers and make sure we have space for you!

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Contact:

Jason Hulott, Speedie Consulting, on: 01843 831088 or email: jason@speediepr.co.uk

About Speedie Consultants 

Speedie Consultants was established in 2003 by Jason and Stella Hulott, which sees them offering over 45 years’ combined experience in the internet marketing and copywriting industries. Speedie Consultants Limited offers many solutions for businesses’ internet marketing needs including the provision of web content; article marketing; natural link building; videos; social media marketing; mini-sites; blog set up and marketing; press release syndication; affiliate programme set up and management; and consultancy.

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Speedie Consultants was established in 2003 by Jason and Stella Hulott, which sees them offering over 50 years’ combined experience in the digital marketing and copywriting industries. Speedie Consultants Limited is a registered Google partner and offers many solutions for businesses’ internet marketing needs including the provision of web content; article marketing; blog set up and marketing; press release syndication; affiliate programme set up and management; and consultancy. Our clients are primarily finance and insurance based and all our copy is FCA compliant. All our clients are valued, and we work with all different types and sizes of businesses, from one-man operations to SME’s to household names including several Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies.

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The first Margate Jelly Group is open for business on 22nd February at Westgate Pavilion, Sea Road, Westgate
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Isolation is one of the biggest challenges of working from home. Jelly is a friendly way for home workers to get out of their home office for a change of scene, a good chat and a shot of inspiration
Jason Hulott, Margate Jelly and Director at Speedie Consultants
The idea of Jelly is that there is no pressure or obligation – you simply turn up to the venue as and when – and as often – as you want, with your laptop, and you are away, whether for an hour or the whole day.
Jason Hulott, Margate Jelly and Director at Speedie Consultants