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ISSUE: 87(JAN/FEB 2018)
2018 looks set to be an exciting year for Pro Mobile and for the mobile DJ industry in general. First of all, our annual Pro Mobile Conference is set to return on Sunday the 15th and Monday the 16th of April. Following a ‘fallow year’ in 2017, this year’s event is shaping up to be the best yet, retaining the popular format of our past Conferences but with a few new twists and a new centrally-located venue.

One of the new additions to this year’s Conference will be the first annual Pro Mobile Awards ceremony. You can find out all about these new awards designed to recognise the latest DJ technology as well as individuals from the mobile DJ industry in the article in this magazine. The presentation ceremony will add a little glitz and glamour to the Conference’s Gala Dinner, but don’t worry… we’ll keep the gushing acceptance speeches short!

Before all of that, we’ll be heading up to Glasgow at the end of January for the second annual Scottish DJ Show. Pro Mobile’s Mark Walsh will be presenting a series of bite-sized educational sessions throughout the evening.

And that’s just a few of the events coming up over the next 12 months – it looks like it will be a busy year!
Suffolk-based mobile DJ Nick Chatten shares the story of his career: how a life-long love for music caused him to leave the motor trade after 26 years to become a full-time DJ specialising in weddings
Mark Walsh explores the importance of public image and political impartiality in the increasingly exposed social media age
Greg Cartwright takes a look at some of the lesser-known samples at the heart of pop floor-fillers