Mozilla's brand new space with super-fast wifi at 101 St Martins Lane, London. Nearest tubes are Charing Cross, Leicester Square and Covent Garden. The entrance is directly across from the St Martins Lane Hotel.
We love Mozilla (http://www.mozilla.org/) because they share so many of our Kindred values. Best known for creating the Firefox browser, Mozilla is a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation, and opportunity are key to the continued health of the Internet. They have worked together since 1998 to ensure that the Internet is developed in a way that benefits everyone. They’ve recently opened a lovely modern space with super-fast wifi right in the centre of London and have very kindly allowed us to use it for Jelly. We’re very excited about the potential for future collaboration between the KindredHQ and Mozilla communities.
What is a Jelly?
Jelly (http://www.uk-jelly.org.uk/) is an informal co-working event where freelancers, home workers and small/micro business owners bring their laptop or other work and work, chat and collaborate with other small business owners. The ethos of Jelly is to be accessible to all so the venue, wifi and power are provided FREE of charge, with small charges made for food and drink. Co-working means meeting up with like-minded people to work together in a different environment, to exchange help and advice, and maybe come up with a new idea to collaborate on. Jelly differs from networking in that the aim is not to find new clients or to sell yourself or your business.
What should I bring?
Yourself and your laptop. That’s it! But if you’re feeling especially nice you may also want to bring along something to share with the group. Oh, and if you have a free-agent friend, bring them along too.
Is there a Twitter hashtag?
Yes there is! It’s #kindredJelly