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Coworking at the Library
Tired of working by yourself? Do the contents of your fridge, or housework, distract you while working from home? Come join other freelancers and remote workers at the Stadtbibliothek in Mitte. You can come in without having a membership card, there is free wifi, plenty of power sockets, and a cafe that sells good coffee and cheap sandwiches and salads. We will be in the DOWNSTAIRS group study room in the basement, where we can chat if we like while working on our own projects. I tend to work with headphones on, but am always up for more of a chat over lunch! • What to bring Whatever you need to work on your own thing.

Berliner Stadtbibliothek

Breite Straße 30-36, 10178 Berlin · Berlin

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We are a group of freelancers, entrepreneurs and homeworkers who like to take a break from working at home and meet some 'colleagues'. We meet up and work on our projects, bounce ideas off each other and meet some new people in the process. We currently meet up every week at different cafes around the city. Watch for meetup announcements.

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.

Everyone is free to host Jellies - maybe you know a local cafe that would enjoy having some thirsty freelancers descend upon them or maybe you have a big dining room and would like some company working from home once a week. So get in touch!

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