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December 16, 2009

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Amybeth Hale

It's not a new concept really - Amit Gupta started Jelly a couple of years ago - similar except that there is not an 'established' location for the gatherings, but rather people congregate at residences & local cafes (& are encouraged to support said business & not just be a table hog!). I started Jelly Cincinnati over a year ago & we met at a local religious facility that opened its doors during the week to the general public & offered free wifi and coffee (two staples for anyone who works remotely!). Jelly Cincy still operates today even though I'm gone because of the interest it generated with the local telecommuting and remote employee community, & I even think they have weekly meetings at multiple locations now.
I think having dedicated space for coworking that can be rented at such a low cost is a great idea, and I love the experiment that Crema Coffee is doing. I too believe in supporting local business, and I would love to see businesses be able to 'rent out' space in these dedicated facilities and offer reduced cost products to the renters - specifically businesses that offer nourishment since we do need to eat while we work :)

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