‘Fallow Year’ Announced For Pro Mobile Conference In 2017
Following four successful years, the Pro Mobile team have decided that 2017 will be a ‘fallow year’ for the popular Pro Mobile Conference. The event, which has previously taken place annually, is not being cancelled, but skipping a year so that the organising team can make sure that the next Conference – that will take place in 2018 – raises the bar even higher.

Launched in 2013, the Pro Mobile Conference is a unique event which offers professionally-minded mobile DJs the opportunity to spend a substantial amount of time focused on learning and networking. It’s unique blend of high-calibre speakers, inspirational keynotes, practical teaching, idea sharing and social aspects have resulted in universally positive feedback from every delegate who has ever attended. Not only has the event proved popular with attendees, but it has also had an immensely positive impact on many of their businesses.

“The decision not to host a Conference in 2017 is one that hasn’t been taken lightly,” explains Pro Mobile Editor and Conference Curator, Eddie Short. “It is an event that I personally find both beneficial and enjoyable. I also know that the same is true for all the delegates who attend, as the positive feedback we receive after each Conference is truly overwhelming. In fact, this is one of the key reasons that we’ve decided to miss 2017. We want to keep the Conference fresh, continually raising the bar from the previous event, and we feel that to make that happen we need a little more time. We’ve decided to have a ‘fallow year’ in 2017, a chance to reflect on the past four years and make plans to move the event forward in the future. After four years, we feel that it’s time to shake things up a little and introduce a few new ideas. The key principles of the event will stay the same, but we’ll also be making some changes and adding in some new ideas to make sure the 2018 Conference is a truly incredible event!”

Details of the 2018 Pro Mobile Conference will be announced early in the new year, giving DJs advanced notice to save the date and, if necessary, save up to pay for their place. The next Conference will retain its focus on learning and networking, while introducing an updated format and new features to widen its appeal and increase its accessibility to professionally-minded DJs at all levels and from all backgrounds.


Published: 05 December 2016