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NADJ Conference Returns This Month
The NADJ Annual Conference & AGM is set to return this month, offering members and non-members a day of networking and educational sessions at Dukes Meadows, Chiswick, on the 27th of April.

The NADJ is the largest DJ association in the UK and offers its annual conference and AGM as a free benefit to all of its members, although SEDA members and non-members can also attend, for £10 and £15, respectively. The Conference will offer all DJs a day of networking and educational presentations, providing them with the resources to improve their business and the chance to interact with other DJs and representatives from within the DJ sector. The official business of the association’s AGM will also take place towards the end of the day.

Headlining this year’s conference is Mark Ferrell, who will be giving his ‘Getting What You’re Worth’ keynote presentation and offering an impassioned view on the current state of the industry. Having improved the skills of many DJs through his MarBecca courses and been a mentor to some of the top earning mobile DJs on both sides of the Atlantic, Mark Ferrell is one of the most highly-respected speakers and trainers for the international mobile DJ industry.

Joining the NADJ conference as exhibitors this year are CHAUVET Lighting and Mastermix, both long-time supporters of the NADJ and its role within the DJ industry. Both companies will occupy break out areas and provide DJs with useful information in an interactive and sociable environment.

Those wishing to attend can fill in the NADJ members’ form (and non-members can make payment) on the conference website to reserve their place. Member delegates should make sure that their membership number is correct and that their subscription will be active on the day of the conference. As spaces are limited, the NADJ recommends registering early so as to avoid disappointment. Delegates can book their places at:

DJs are encouraged to stay on after Sunday’s Conference to network and socialise. The NADJ has arranged hotel discounts for those delegates wishing to book accommodation in the Dukes Meadows vicinity. Details of these discounts, as well as a list of recommended hotels, can be found here:

The NADJ Conference & AGM running order is still being finalised. For more information and regular updates visit the NADJ Annual Conference & AGM website:

Published: 09 April 2014