The South Eastern Discotheque Association held its Annual General Meeting on Sunday the 25th March at the regular SEDA ShowNight event. A vote took place to decide on the new committee, which is made up of six full members (four of whom take up the offices of the association).
The following members were elected to form the 2012-2013 SEDA committee:
Brian Mole - Brian.email@example.com
Paul Forsyth - Paul.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Hutton - Jonathan.email@example.com
Will Perkins - Will.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Forest - Ian.email@example.com
Caroline Robinson - Caroline.firstname.lastname@example.org
Commenting on his appointment, new Chairman Brian Mole (pictured below) said, “Many thanks to our outgoing Chairman Paul Forsyth for his amazing leadership and contribution to our association, under his chairmanship we have driven membership levels to an all-time high, and successfully introduced many benefits to our members including the very popular PLI scheme and SEDAbuzz educational programme. Our bi-monthly ShowNights keep attracting record numbers of members, visitors, and exhibitors. These continue to provide an entertaining mix of knowledge, networking, and new ideas for all, and I really look forward to working with an exceptionally strong team to improve all these aspects.”
Based in the South East of England, SEDA was set up in 1974 to promote a professional approach to the art of the DJ. The South Eastern Discotheque Association welcomes all styles and types of DJ, including mobile, club, video, radio and even bedroom DJs. They offer support and training to members as well as helping to promote professionalism within the industry in general.