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Bitsy: a place for shedworkers to do business

by (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:17 AM
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by (Alex) last modified Nov 25, 2010

Bitsy is part of the substantial overhaul of Enterprise Nation , the leading UK site for anybody who works from home. We've long been a fan of EN at Shedworking and welcome the way it has expanded sensibly and without losing sight of its roots and its goals. Bitsy is a key part of this change, what EN founder Emma Jones calls "the friendliest B2B marketplace on the web". It's all in beta and at the very early stages but essentially it's a place where you can network/chitchat with other homeworkers (both individually and within user-constructed groups including one specially for shedworkers) while advertising your skills and services for a small monthly fee (between £5 and £8). There's a blog and overall the usual chattiness we've come to expect from the folk who run the extremely genial (but also useful) #watercoolermoment, #techtuesday #webcamwednesday and most recently #bitsybreak on Twitter. It's well worth investigating. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wednesday posts are sponsored by The Stable Company® , the UK's premier supplier of garden offices and garden rooms. Click here .





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