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ShropGeek REvolution Event

We recently attended the ShropGeek Event

We recently attended the ShropGeek event on: The Theory of (R)Evolution. Tickets quickly sold out for the event (which was only advertised on Twitter) showing the demand for this kind of event in the local area and also the power of social media.

There were three speakers at the event. Zach Beauvais from Talis spoke on the open data with the semantic web. Katy Cowan from BoomerangPR spoke about how she had an idea that grew into Creative Boom, an online magazine for the creative industries throughout the UK. And the final speaker was Dan Catt, web developer from the Guardian newspaper, who was highly entertaining!

For further information and photos of the event, go to the: ShropGeek Revolution Website.

Shropshire Jelly Video Testimonial

Shropshire Jelly

Jelly is a casual co-working event, where home workers, freelancers, small business owners and office workers can get together with their laptops to have a change from their usual working environment, meet some new people and work together in a social environment.

Here's what we said about it:

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UK Testing Board Contract Awarded

We're proud to be working with the UK Testing Board (UKTB) to redevelop their website in two phases.

The first phase is now complete and was officially launched in August 2010. Phase one was to recreate their existing site including the design but to create a Content Management System (CMS) that would allow them to update their own content.

Phase Two will include a new look and feel to the website plus extra functionality so watch this space!


Stylish Interiors Website - Southwold

It's been a while since we've had chance to update you with some more of our favourite websites.

Take a look at this one: Southwold Interiors

We're really pleased with it and you'll see from our Testimonials that so were they!

Shropshire Jelly Event

We attended the first ever Shropshire Jelly event on 21st April 2010 at Enterprise HQ in Ironbridge.

You can follow Shropshire Jelly on Twitter by clicking on the logo...

For more information, visit the:

Shropshire Jelly Website

Shropshire Jelly Logo

What is Jelly?

Jelly is a casual monthly co-working event, where homeworkers, freelancers, small business owners and office based people who want a change of environment once in a while can get together with their laptops once a month to have a change from their usual workplace, meet some new people and work together in a social environment.

Jelly is mainly about work with a bit of chat, sharing ideas, helping others with business issues, passing on tips and maybe even collaborating on the birth of a new project.

Jelly is NOT networking - the aim is not to meet new clients, pitch your business or try to sell - anyone blatantly doing this will NOT be popular. There are plenty of excellent networking groups within Shropshire you can go to.

Jelly was started in the States and is now increasingly popular in the UK with over 20 active co-working groups already.

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