Genix is delighted to announce further free Genix Jelly sessions for home based businesses

Genix launched its new initiative in May 2016 in Norwich and due to its success, new dates have been announced for autumn.

What is a Jelly?  A business Jelly is the recognised name for informal co-working events where freelancers, home workers and small business owners bring their laptop and work, chat and collaborate with other small businesses.

The aim of Genix Jelly is to provide a meeting space for like-minded people to work together and exchange help and advice.

 

Larking Gowen, East Anglian Chartered Accountants are providing the financial support to enable the events to take place.

Leanne Castle of Genix said, “Our thanks to Larking Gowen, who are fully supportive of the concept..”

 

“Working from home and being your own boss can cause a sense of isolation, by providing free room space on a regular basis enables people to  hot desk in a relaxed, informal working environment to maximise output and creativity.”

 

Emma Arthurton of Larking Gowen, commented, “We’re pleased to be continuing our support of Genix Jelly.   This is our way to show support to small micro businesses, the self-employed and freelancers.”

 

“We understand how hard it can be when working alone or when starting out.  This has been a great opportunity for business owners to bring their laptops, enjoy the buzz of working alongside others, and maybe find ways to collaborate with each other to mutual benefit.”

 

The next Genix Jelly will take place on Wednesday 21st September in Norwich. Each month Larking Gowen opens their Jelly room at 15 Upper King Street, Norwich NR3 1RB and provides free desk space, Wi-Fi and refreshment and Teresa Logan of Genix is on hand to host and make introductions.

 

The Genix Jelly room will be available from 9.30am until 4.30pm. Booking isn’t essential.

 

Further dates planned are 19th October and 16th November 2016.

 

For more information call Genix 0800 096 3013 or go to the events page at www.genix.org.uk

 

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