On the 21st June 2018, Pro Mobile was acquired by a newly set up trading arm of the National Association of DJs (NADJ), following the demise of Marked Events Ltd, a purchase that ensured the continuity of both Pro Mobile magazine and the Pro Mobile Conference.
Pro Mobile’s office is now closed for the Christmas and New Year holidays. We will re-open on Tuesday the 2nd of January at 9am. Subscription and Book Store orders placed during this time will be processed and shipped on Monday the 8th of January.
Due to popular demand, an extra date has been added for Pro Mobile’s ‘Perfecting Your Presentation’ workshop in Reading. The initially announced workshop that will take place on Monday the 19th of June is now sold out, but places are now available to be booked for a second workshop taking place on Tuesday the 20th of June.
We’re excited to announce that the Pro Mobile team has put together an educational workshop for mobile DJs that will run in Manchester on the 15th of May and then again in Reading on the 19th of June. This unique practical workshop – packed with ideas, advice, and interactive exercises – is designed to help any DJ become a better presenter.
On Sunday the 23rd of April the Pro Mobile team will host a ‘Karting + Curry’ social event. Open to all mobile DJs, this will be a unique opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow DJs from across the UK during a fun-packed afternoon of racing followed by a buffet meal.
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.
Pro Mobile, the magazine for mobile DJs, has launched its new monthly Pro Mobile Podcast, which will feature interviews with leading mobile DJ industry figures, as they talk about how they got started and offer listeners some key advice on performance and business.
Returning for its fourth year, the 2016 Pro Mobile Conference took place last weekend – running from 28-29th February – giving like-minded mobile DJs a chance to learn from renowned speakers, network with their peers, meet with suppliers and socialise at the event’s elegant Gala Dinner.
Last night’s Gala Dinner at the Pro Mobile Conference saw Mark Walsh, Event Director for BPM-PRO and regular Pro Mobile contributor, presented with the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award in honour of his commitment to and passion for the industry.
Pro Mobile recently ran a competition offering one worthy mobile DJ a free place at the 2016 Pro Mobile Conference. And, after sifting through the entries to find the DJ with the best reason for attending the event, the team can now reveal its decision...
Many consider the 1950s to be the decade that shaped pop music as we know it. But it’s also an era that’s overlooked, especially when it comes to modern listeners and young mobile DJs. In honour of this boundary pushing decade, we want to find out the Top 10 Fifties Floor-fillers, as voted for by you – the mobile DJs!
Having inspired countless delegates across its last three successful years, next month will see the Pro Mobile Conference return stronger than ever, as like-minded mobile DJs head to Oxfordshire for two days of focussed learning and networking. But how would you like to attend for free?
The annual Pro Mobile Conference – which returns to Oxfordshire this February – has announced DJ Guard as a new headline sponsor, with the specialist DJ insurance company joining the likes of ADJ, Chauvet DJ and Pioneer DJ, as well as continuing its sponsorship of the event’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Ahead of the 2016 Pro Mobile Conference in February, Pro Mobile has announced a full line-up of speakers, giving mobile DJs a sneak peek at what to expect from next year’s event! From ex-poker stars to internationally renowned weddings DJs, the educational programme features a range of professional speakers from both inside and outside of the industry.
That headline may have left you thinking “oh no he didn’t” but we can assure that “oh yes he did!” Pro Mobile sales director and regular contributor Mark Walsh crossed a significant venture off his bucket list this week, after completing a run of successful shows as the dame in a local pantomime.
With Christmas not far off and bookings for work parties and get-togethers starting to roll in, Pro Mobile Magazine wants to find out the Top 10 Festive Floor-fillers, as voted for by mobile DJs! So, to help this definitive list materialise, we’ll need to know which your favourites are…
The popular Pro Mobile Conference will run for a fourth consecutive year upon its return to Oxfordshire’s tranquil Heythrop Park in 2016, providing mobile DJs with two focused days of networking, learning and product demonstrations at a luxurious countryside hotel.
Following the tragic loss of Seb Knowles – a DJ, radio host and well-respected industry personality, also known as Sparky B – the issue of driving tired has been at the front of the mobile DJ industry’s collective mind, prompting a thought-provoking article in the recent issue of Pro Mobile.
Not only does Pro Mobile deliver relevant and thought-provoking content for its readers, but also content by its readers! There are a number of ways for Pro Mobile enthusiasts to get involved with the magazine and broadcast their opinions and knowledge to the rest of the industry. And we don’t just mean via the letters in the Inbox!
As we are sure many of you are aware, Seb Knowles (26) – a well-known and much-respected DJ – sadly passed away during the early hours of last Friday (the 1st of May), after a road collision on the M40 in Buckinghamshire. Since then, tributes have been pouring in across social media sites.
Today (Friday the 1st of May) saw the newly designed Pro Mobile website go live, giving mobile DJs an improved user-intuitive browsing experience and a range of fresh new features to help them stay connected with the industry and interact with Pro Mobile in more ways than before.