Wedding DJ Think Tank To Take Place In Milton Keynes
Following on from two previous Wedding DJ Think Tank seminar days in Reading and Glasgow, Derek Pengelly has announced his biggest Think Tank so far is coming to Milton Keynes on Sunday the 2nd and Monday the 3rd of April.

A well-respected trainer, who has published a number of books and hosted countless workshops for mobile DJs, Derek Pengelly is well placed to facilitate such an event. For his Milton Keynes Think Tank Derek has invited a variety of leading wedding DJs from all over the UK and Ireland to presenting topics including social media, marketing, performance, and booking more brides. There will also be an opportunity for the DJs who attend to raise issues and ask questions of the guest speakers.

“This is a unique opportunity to ask questions, challenge opinions, and test methods in a dynamic, interactive, and positive environment,” Derek enthused. “Comments from DJs who have attended the previous Think Tanks have been overwhelmingly complementary and supportive. Delegates go on to network after the event within a dedicated private Facebook group where they can develop ideas, make plans, and support each other.”

The content on each day of the event will be different and standalone, so DJs can choose to attend on either or both days. The cost for a single day is £130.00, while tickets to attend both days are priced at £195.00. These prices include refreshments and a working lunch, but hotel accommodation needs to be booked separately directly with the venue.

Taking place at the Hilton Hotel in Milton Keynes, the event will be a great opportunity for professionally-minded wedding DJs to learn and network. Speakers confirmed for across the two days currently include: Euan Bass, Fabio Capozzi, Stephen Davies, Ian Forest, Pete Hawkins, Martin Keogh, Harry Kilb, Terry Lewis, Alan Marshall, Brian Mole, Mark Parker, Paul Taylor, and Tony Winyard. A full provisional itinerary for the event can be found online here (as well as links to book tickets):

Published: 28 February 2017