Christmas and New Year have been and gone and mobile DJs are left staring into an empty bank account and are hoping and praying that their mate who passed on some work, or their “agent” will come up with some cash sooner rather than later. Others will have submitted their invoices to venues and companies and they are hoping payment will be made by the due date, although many organisations often ignore these and pay when they want to [often thirty or sixty days later]Meanwhile household bills have to be paid and food provided. Running cars, vans and heating premises is a financial drain especially when a “business” is experiencing negative cash flow.
Gear For Sale
No surprise therefore that this is the time of the great DJ equipment clear-out sale. Facebook groups, Ebay and local sales sites are filling with items previously deemed to be essential, impressive, unique, the best, must have, fantastic, this that or the other. But now it has to go. They have to go. Why? The irony is that almost all other mobile DJs are in the same boat so there will be no takers or sales will be negotiated down to ridiculously low price.
What went wrong
Negative cash flow and the realisation that equipment is surplus to requirements is very much a reality check. Its a slap in the face, a wake up call. Where has all the money gone. how come there is nothing left in the kitty? If you are waking up to this reality it is time to make changes to your “business” now. I place business in inverted commas because this situation proves that your DJ activity is not being run as a business. Hobbyists are deluding themselves. Hobbyists are beginning to realise one of two things. Either they are not charging sustainable fees for their work or they are spending the profits without regard for the consequences.
What individual DJs charge is none of my business however DJs need to learn that their fee is intended to cover many different costs required to provide a sustainable service to their clients. Providing a cheap disco to a client last year may have appeared to be a good idea but not if you’re forced out of business this year.
Account for every penny.
My good friend across the pond, Jason Spencer, presented a seminar at last year’s Mobile Beat Convention. It was called Profit First. In the seminar Jasen explained how to break down every pound earned into constituent costs as a percentage of the whole. This exercise will result in you being aware of what needs to be done with the money earned. A big realisation was finding out just how much of each pound is actually your salary. How much goes on advertising, maintenance, fuel and vehicle costs, music purchasing, upgrading equipment, taxation and accounting fees? In reality many DJs do not pay themselves a salary. Theses are the DJs who see their earnings swallowed up by the costs because they are not in control and have no idea how their spending is exceeding their income. So when the income dries up, in January and February, they find themselves broke or bust.
Jason advises, “Pay yourself First!
Do the maths, allocate a percentage that is paid frequently into a separate bank account and create Paydays when you draw your wage. Do the same for Taxes. likewise for expenses, training and reinvestment. You will end up with four or five accounts. Make sure one of them is labeled PROFIT. The profit account will more than likely only represent five or ten percent of your income but keeping it protected and ring fenced will allow you to draw on that profit and use it for non business related reward. The profits are yours to enjoy. They should be used for treats like holidays, gadgets, cars, watches, quality time pursuing hobbies and other interests, the list is endless. You have worked hard and you deserve reward for what you do.
Take action now
Don’t find yourself in the January doldrums. Next year make sure you have a financial cushion to relax on. Take time off and enjoy some winter sun. Take advantage and snap up a bargain or two as others unload their equipment for a fraction of what it cost. Or better still book yourself on a training course. [not mine – i’ll be retired this time next year]. I wish you well. Happy New Year. May it prove to be a prosperous one for you.
more details about Jason and his Profithood Academy can be found here https://www.facebook.com/profithoodacademy/
On November 13 and 14 a group of specialist wedding djs met to further explore common issues that affect them in their business and the way they entertain their clients.
On Sunday we covered subjects including How good are your marketing materials, The Shoe Game – why and how?, what is an average wedding?, “Weddings – A Day in the Life, mk2!!, 20 Reasons why other DJ’s are stealing your clients, Music programing hints and tips, Testimonials” .the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
On Monday topics included – Email responders – how to reply to an enquiry, How to 10x your income, What makes the perfect host?, Connect & Convert Through Meetings., S.E.O, current trends, How do we create and then communicate “Special”, experience and expertise” an insight into establishing yourself
This was an opportunity to not only listen to and observe successful wedding djs share their knowledge and expertise, but also an ideal environment to question the experts and dig deeply into their reasoning and methods.
This is the feedback received from delegates.
Well Derek, what can I say, you did it again!
You not only managed to get a group of like minded wedding Dj’s to commit to a ‘Think Tank’ but, also managed to fill it with some amazing UK based talented presenters who managed to fill the two days with an amazing array of information, tips and tricks.
Probable the best investment I have made in my business this year. If I only managed to implement a small part of what I gleaned from the last two days then I will still be streaks ahead of any perceived competition and will lead the way in my region.
Thank you, thank you , thank you!
Can’t wait for your next innovative idea to help Wedding Dj’s ‘up their game’
Mike Hackett wrote
Think Tank Reading and Derek Pengelly
WOW I had a sleepless night last night due to the fact my mind was racing with all the new stuff and fantastic Ideas I picked up in a room with some of my biggest idols and that was Sunday!
THEN cue Monday… OMG now I sat for most of the day speechless as gem after gem of fantastic ideas were shared and passed around WITHOUT any of the DJ’s in the room letting the well known DJ egos [we all can have from time to time] get in the way, every DJ/HOST was willing to:
share, advise, instruct, help, mentor, listen, cheer, sing, the only things I can say were missing were 1: Dancing and 2: YOU yes YOU !!!
If you’re reading this and thought huh another money generating idea from the mind of Derek Pengelly… oh how wrong you were!
This was simply a perfect place to get priceless info for what in relation was a very small amount. I bet some of you are kicking yourselves now as new friendships have been forged, new contacts made and most of all every one taking some great ideas away with them.
I will not name all the people that took the time to prepare presentations and content that they gave to the room but each one was GOLD yes GOLD. I will spend most of this week just getting my head around this weekends info exchange.
I will however give special mention though to one guy,,,, and that was Terry Lewis You managed the impossible: almost one whole hour in a room of DJ’s in which NONE were making a sound, no not asleep, but soaking up your very informative talk.
I will finish by saying I have no idea what the Scottish version of this will be like but do try to get on it I am sure you will get some great stuff from it.
To all a SPEAK SOON 🙂
Darren Latimer wrote;
PROBABLY THE MOST POWERFUL two days of self investment and giving experience I have had the honour of being apart of!
THANK YOU Derek Pengelly, Alan Marshall
An amazing day – The knowledge I picked up from Alan Marshall, Alan Granville, Mike Hackett, Roger Knight, The brilliantly mad Irish star named Martin, Chris, Paul O’Reilly, Ian Forest and others today was Fumping Brilliant
Djs who don’t attend these sorts of things are mad!
Paul O’Reilly wrote
Day 2 of think tank. What has it in stall for us today? Yesterday s think tank was excellent with explosive ideas and work ethics for djs in the wedding industry .
Paul Holmes wrote;
Fantastic couple of days spent in a room with so much talent and passion for what we do so many great new ideas to incorporate into my work.
Thanks to all of you for your advice, ideas, and friendship.
Alan Granville wrote:
Thanks you everyone for today, I have learnt a lot and have a sore head from the information overload.
Ian Forest wrote – An awesome couple of days Derek to be honest very well planned and organised with some great discussion points.
Gavin Harris wrote
What an amazing two days at the Think Tank.
Never did I imagine so many wedding specialists at the top of their game would open up and reveal so much information. It was so good to be part of a group that was happy to share information so that we could all help each other, in a way that a seminar style session wouldn’t have achieved.
It was a massive benefit to my business to be in a room full of success and positive thinking, and I’ve come away with lots of actionable advice to use that will make a significant impact to my business.
I hope this can become a regular event!
So if you missed this event all I can say is that you missed a truely special event, one which sadly can never be repeated. We may put together other similar events in the future but this was very much a one off.
We will be bringing Think Tank Scotland to Glasgow on Monday January 30th. This will be a one-day event and will feature presentations by Ian Forrest, Fabio Capozzi, Martin Keogh and an incredibly talented, award winning specialist wedding dj Mystery Guest, and myself.
There are only 25 places available and 15 have already been taken. You can reserve your place with a £50 deposit. Local DJs and specialists from the north of England will be in the room – will you?
More details can be found here
Have you reached the crossroads?
Ever since 2002 I have been reaching out to, and connecting with, fellow mobile DJs who are passionate about weddings. Along the way I met with, and worked with, one way or another, over three hundred people who wanted to change something about what they did or how they did it in their DJ business.
Some of those DJs started out being very enthusiastic and were like a sponge eager to soak up nuggets of information gleamed from seminars, articles, books and workshops. Many stayed in touch and continued to evolve and transform their businesses by implementing changes, taking risks and networking with fellow professionals via social media, DJ associations and commercial events like BPM, Pro-Mobile Conference and Mobilebeat Show Las Vegas.
Unfortunately not everyone continued on the journey. Some decided that they had arrived at their destination and no longer needed to pursue continued education, training and support. They were happy with their lot and didn’t see a need to update, refresh or review developments in current thinking. They have missed out substantially because the wedding industry is constantly changing. Brides and Bridegrooms are becoming more and more educated regarding the services they require and how to control the process of hiring suppliers on their terms.
Getting in front of potential clients has become more difficult and communicating what you do and how you do it has become far more of a technical challenge as much as an exercise in social media marketing.
I believe now is the time to regroup and take a fresh look at the current market place. The time is right for a bringing together of the best brains we have to take stock, evaluate and share solutions to current issues. Therefore I am currently organising an event that will take place over a couple of days in November that will focus exclusively on wedding specialist DJs. This will be like no other event ever staged in the United Kingdom.
This event will be;
A] A wedding DJ Masterclass
B] A Think Tank were not only ideas are shared but debated openly by delegates.
C] An opportunity for you to nominate topics for debate and explore potential.
D] A unique experience allowing you to question successful DJs regarding their journey, their decisions, their business models and their investment in self-development.
My objective for the Wedding DJ Think Tank is to re-connect and re-enthuse specialist wedding DJs to get back on track, push on, and address those things that have been pushed to the back burner.
We are assembling a great team of presenters for both days. More topics and presenters will be added shortly. I urge you to make the mind-shift decision to join us on one, if not both days. Only like-minded people will be in the room. Only people who have already supported education content based events will be allowed to attend.
The clock is ticking. I have limited time available. My fellow presenters also have busy schedules and are rarely to be found in one place at the same time. Please grab this opportunity and let’s see if we can kick start a new round of positivity going forward into 2017.
On a personal note I would love to see some of my original workshop colleagues attend and share their experiences. Many of them have moved on to bigger and better things. Some have benefited from training offered by some fantastic mentors and coaches. It would be great to hear them share their journey and inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
I look forward to seeing you there.
Reading Holiday Inn
Sunday November 13 and / or Monday November 14
Award-winning Wedding DJs – what’s all the fuss about?
It saddens me to read some of the negative comments coming from so-called fellow professional DJs regarding the validity, purpose, sincerity and how gullible they believe Brides to be when it comes to The Wedding Industry Awards. [Other, similar competitions are available] For the record, I have no connection with this or any other award organisation.
Paying to enter a competition
The biggest bone of contention appears to be concerned with the entry fee. I have seen comments relating this fee to “buying awards”, “Give me £50 and I’ll create an award for you” etc. This is a ridiculous assumption. The entry fee does not guarantee an award. The fee covers promotion of the business that generates the publicity and administrates the voting process. You can’t buy an award. The awards will be distributed based on a process of Brides’ testimonials and a panel of Judges which includes past winning DJs.
It’s just a marketing scam, a licence to make money!
Err no, it’s a commercial entity – a business. All businesses have to cover their costs and make a PROFIT. What’s wrong with that? It’s no different from handing over your money to an advertising agency and getting them to produce advertisements for you. At the end of the day there is no guarantee that the advertisement will generate business. It might, but it might not. Advertising is a gamble and so too is entering an awards competition.
Entering a competition is a marketing ploy.
Subjecting your business to scrutiny by third parties, inviting feedback from clients and then exposing yourself to an assessment process by other industry professionals is not for the feint-hearted. Your business needs to be robust. Your practices need to transparent and reputable. Standards will need to be well above the industry average for your area if you are to succeed at regional level and go on to National recognition.
Reluctance to encourage feedback
I really don’t understand why any wedding DJ would be reluctant to ask for a referral or a testimonial. Not doing so goes against just about every piece of acumen required to run a business. Successful businesses rely on recommendation. Satisfied clients are the most likely people to want to help you find more clients and share what they experienced. When I saw yesterday a comment from a mobile DJ saying “once the event is over I want to forget about it and move on to the next one”, I despair, I really do.
Being short-listed is great public relations and perceived credibility.
Being able to use the award company’s logo and mention your participation in the competition puts you one step ahead of the crowd. Perception is reality. To me, seeing such a logo would encourage me to think this company is proactive and striving to be different or recognised for what they do and how they do it.
Nay-saying DJs provoke me to think that they are jealous and know deep down that they are unable to take part because their business would not stand-up to scrutiny and they would fail in the assessment process. Their clients would not deliver the quality of testimonials required. “Better to stand back and criticise than to admit some competitors actually do have higher standards valued by clients”
Taking part is great marketing. Winning is the bonus.
So by now you will be getting my message. Taking part and putting your business through the voting process will at least be therapeutic and insightful. At best the results will be a wake-up call and will focus your activity to improve how you are perceived by clients and how you measure up to their expectations.
Winning a regional or national award will generate interest in your business. How you handle that interest and convert it into new business is another challenge. Winning can also bring traps and potential downfalls because potential clients now have greater expectations. So winning can be a burden if you do not live up to your new-found status. The challenge just became a lot more difficult. It’s not easy making your way up the ladder to the top in any walk of life. Staying at the top is infinitely harder, not least because the pack is clawing at your heals wanting to pull you back down.
Please, give credit to Brides, they are not gullible.
I see so many DJs putting words, or rather thoughts, into Brides’ mouths. The general public are far more savvy than the DJs are trying to make out. They are well aware of what is going on here. They have a choice and will without doubt question the validity of awards and the accreditation process. The fact that other DJs may be sceptical is understandable. Brides will be sceptical too but that will not deter them from making an informed judgement after due diligence. Not all wedding DJ awards are the same. Buyer beware etc, etc. It is what it is. Overall Awards are good for the industry.
Well done, I say, to all DJ companies who enter award competitions. Good luck. Thank you for helping to raise the profile of our profession. May you businesses live long and prosper. May your clients enjoy service and satisfaction that far exceeds the average in your market? Above all, congratulations for having the guts, business acumen and foresight to grasp a marketing opportunity and to expose your business to the real world. To the organisers of such award competitions I also offer thanks. Thanks for offering a platform that will spotlight our DJ industry along-side the photographers, florists and venue dressers. Thanks for investing in websites and social media and reaching out to our potential clients [Brides] in places often not available to humble DJs. Thanks for your knowledge of the marketplace, advertising and award ceremony organisation.
I’ve been buy adding more audio presentations and a brand new DVD “workshop” to my range of educational Tools for Mobile DJs.
In this, my first DVD, I concentrate on the words used when making an introduction. Not only are the words important, the way you say them is vital to the success of delivering the right meaning and emotion to your audience.
This one hour forty minute video demonstrates the methods, techniques and structure required to make outstanding Introductions whatever the occasion.
You can order a physical disc for £39 plus £3.20 shipping worldwide or you can get a download version in .wmv or .mp4 for only £30
Over 30 copies have been ordered in the first two weeks since launch and feedback has been most encouraging.
The content of the video is based on my very successful full day workshop of the same name which was very well received and enjoyed by the delegates who attended.
I have also updated all of the audio seminar presentations and rolled every one of them into a bundle offer for only £29. You even get a copy of my audio book for brides, worth £10, thrown in for FREE!
All of the audio presentations are provided in mp3 audio file format for download to your personal device. Please allow up to 24 hours after payment to receive your download links to the files.
For your convenience I have also added instant payment buttons to this website / Blogg which can be found on the Seminar, Audio Downloads and DVD page.
You would be crazy not to enter. This opportunity really is a once in a lifetime occasion. What have you got to lose compared to what you will gain by taking up the challenge?
Are you really happy and contented with the current mobile DJ Marketplace situation? Do you find yourself frustrated by other DJs under-cutting your fee? Customers should value your top-end gear, huge music selection and your ability to fill the dance-floor, not to mention your great customer service, so why do they always say they can get something cheaper elsewhere?
Can you change this situation alone, probably not? Can you break free from this ever-increasing downward spiral? Yes you can. What do you need to do to make a change and regain control of your business? The answer, like most things in life, is simple and sitting right under your nose – you just can’t see it. Don’t worry; it’s not your fault. You are suffering from a decease which is rife within Mobile Disc Jockeys. The illness is called apathy and it’s contagious.
Apathy is spread by contact. You can catch Apathy by talking on the telephone, posting on forums and in social media networks. You can also be exposed to apathy by chatting to other DJs who agree with your views while downing a pint in the local pub. Apathy is dangerous. It is difficult to control and spreads like wildfire. Do not despair just yet for there is an antidote. However this medicine should not be self-administered. It is strongly recommended that you should seek help and partake in the cure among people who have been through what you have experienced as they are best qualified to help you through the recovery process.
This is where your challenge comes in.
Your challenge, should you wish to accept it, is to stop mixing with negative people who constantly tell you things like the following statements;
“I wouldn’t pay £xxx for a Disco”
“You can’t earn more than £xxx in this area.”
“There is no way Dave Doubledecks is worth that kind of money.”
“I’d rather earn a few quid than be sat at home doing nothing”
The news gets even better. Remember I said that there is a once in a lifetime opportunity available to you? Well there is, and it’s only going to be available on one day this year. It will not be repeated in the UK so you have a decision to make which is literally life-changing. How do I know this; simple answer is I have been in the same situation and was lucky enough to be offered the cure.
Clear your diary for Saturday 26th of April and Sunday 27th. If you have a booking for any of theses dates do everything in your power to get out of it if you can. Pass the booking on to local DJs and tell them you have something vitally important to do instead. Do whatever it takes to get yourself to London for a meeting which will change your whole perspective on mobile DJing in the UK.
You will probably need to make travel arrangements that require you to stay in London overnight as getting to and from the event in one day may be unrealistic. You also owe it to yourself to be relaxed, refreshed and ready for what the day will reveal.
At this point I wouldn’t blame you for thinking you can smell the strong aroma of BS.
Yet I can’t stress strongly enough that I am deadly serious. Over the years I have written many words and delivered many seminars and workshops to mobile DJs. This advice is without doubt the most serious, and important advice, I have ever uttered.
Clear your mind, open your eyes, leave all of that negativity at home and get yourself in front of MR Mark Ferrell on Sunday April 27th at 11.00am. The venue is Dukes Meadows, Chiswick. The event is being sponsored by The National Association of Disc Jockeys but you don’t have to be a member to attend.
“Getting what you are worth” by Mark Ferrell is an updated presentation for British DJs based on the phenomenal presentation, which I attended in Las Vegas in 2002, to a room of over 800 DJs. The atmosphere was electric. It was standing room only and the standing ovation he received had to be seen to be believed.To my knowledge, for the first time ever, Mark will be presenting three one-hour seminars which will cover the entire spectrum of:
- Getting what you are worth.
- Believing and communicating what you are worth.
- Being what you are worth.
All of this knowledge, experience and expertise is available to you for the princely sum of £15 while NADJ members get in for FREE! Yes, that’s correct, free, gratis, no charge, nothing, zilch!
Warning – this event will be sold out, make no mistake about that.
Guarantee your place TODAY by registering your attendance, don’t fall at the first hurdle and let apathy tell you that you can just turn up on the day or wait until nearer the day!
Don’t think to yourself “I’ll try and get along to this event,” we all know that really means you won’t be there. Tell yourself, “I’m going to be there”. “I need to be there”.
Book it now, its simple and painless – just follow the link below. I’ll be checking later with my colleagues to see if you did – big brother is watching you!
Love from Sunny Cyprus. I’ll see you there, we’ll take the cure together, or in my case, get my booster Jab which should protect me for another 12 years.
First DJ Workshops in Scotland
The year got off to a whirlwind start with Southampton, Reading, Maidstone and Glasgow. “The Specialist Wedding DJ A-Z” was attended by 50 DJs from around the country and was a resounding success. Feedback from the delegates was very positive. Many of those who attended have since reported an increase in confidence and this is reflected by an increase in bookings and higher fees for services offered.
Wedding Marketing for DJs – The Book
In February I received a phone call from Eddie Short the editor of Pro-Mobile Magazine. He asked me if I would be available to attend the first ever Pro-Mobile Conference in Oxfordshire in March? He also asked if I could present a seminar and casually dropped a bomb which took my breath away. “oh, and I’d like to finish the final edit of your book and launch it at the conference”.
The following four weeks were frantic to say the least. Not only did we have to revisit every word in the book, we also had to sort the art work and arrange printing and distribution. Eddie did a fantastic job. The book was proofed, printed and delivered with only a couple of days to go before the conference. Meanwhile i prepared my seminar, “Ten Top Tips for Wedding DJs” and crossed my fingers that all would go well.
Lifetime achievement award.
Little did i know, as my wife Carol and I boarded the plane, that Eddie and Co-Producer Mark Walsh had a surprise waiting for me. On the evening of the first day of the conference everyone attended a celebration dinner. The evening was an opportunity to network and to relax and be entertained among friends and colleagues from all over the Uk. Jim Cerone from the USA was the guest of honour and he was accompanied by his wife and sons. I was looking forward to the evening yet had no idea what was about to take place.
You could have knocked me over with a feather when Eddie stood up, went to the stage and announced the first ever Lifetime achievement Award for services to the mobile DJ community. I couldn’t believe my ears when my name was mentioned. Carol had to pinch me and when I accepted the award from Eddie. I was, for the first time in my life, speechless. It is a great honour and I’m humbled to think that my work has been recognised in this way by my peers for which i thank them most sincerely.
While in the area i took the opportunity to repeat the January workshop for those who couldn’t make it and also repeated my original workshop, “Wedding Marketing for DJs”. Once again I brought the workshop to Reading, Bolton and Glasgow.
Wedding in Cyprus.
Upon our return to Cyprus I hit the ground running with the first of my weddings for couples who fly from The Uk and Ireland for a small intimate wedding in the sunshine on the “Island of Love”. The Summer was steady if not busy, considering the economic climate and problems with the local banking crises which had an impact in the short-term. Strangely July can be a quiet month for weddings on the island. This is probably because temperatures soar into the mid to high thirties centigrade and prices for flights and accommodation tend to be more expensive. The same can be said for August but the schools are on holiday and it’s easier to arrange for guests to fly out and accompany the bride and groom so August tends to be a busy month for weddings.
BPM Show – Birmingham – September
I love this show. It’s the biggest and the best of them all. I’ve been associated with it, in one way or another since before it’s inception. Mark Walsh and Eddie Short [and their team] work tirelessly to produce and present a spectacular three-day event which covers the whole spectrum of DJing. Alas, due to commitments in Cyprus, I could only attend the Monday this year. I was scheduled to present, “Ten Top Tips for wedding DJs” at 1.00pm in one of the four areas set aside for education. My area was sponsored by The National Association of Disc Jockeys and the line-up included Darren Latimer, myself, Tony Winyard, Paul Askew and Mark Walsh.
It was an afternoon when time whizzed by. It was fantastic to meet friends old and new. unfortunately I didn’t have enough time to spend with everyone as i would have liked. My Seminar was really well attended. Standing room only meant we had to encourage people to huddle-up and make more room. Afterwards i spent time in the NADJ networking area where I chatted to many new people who had questions to ask and wanted more information about what i do by way of education.
Birmingham also saw the debut of my new workshop Entrances and Spotlight Moments. This workshop draws on content from Todd Mitchem who demonstrates how to recognise and use the focal point of a room when making introductions. This is a much more “Hands On” workshop and it encourages the attendee to grasp new ideas and techniques and practise them before his peers.
For the first time in Birmingham i held three workshops back to back. the idea was to provide a “Fast Track” experience for anyone new to the concept. It was hard work but very satisfying to see wedding DJs prepared to devote so much time to improving themselves and their services.
My trip was completed with yet another couple of workshops in Reading, Maidstone and Glasgow. once again i was humbled by the number of talented DJs who came along and shared their experiences. Unfortunately i was taken quite ill on the night before the Glasgow workshop. I had been vomiting during the night and was nowhere near my best in the morning. However i struggled through and hopefully the guys didn’t miss out too much compared to my previous presentations.
Wedding Day Secrets –
Facts the Industry would prefer Brides don’t know.
This is the title for my new book for brides. I wrote it in July and managed to get it from conception to publication within four weeks thanks to a little help from my friends. Alan Marshall, Gary Evans, Paul Taylor, Stephen Davies and Tony Winyard all helped keep me focused and reigned me in when i got too controversial. The book takes the stance, “Brides Don’t know, what Brides don’t know”. this is the first book written by a British DJ which attempts to explain what actually happens on the day of the wedding. It focuses on Entertainment and the value which this brings to the occasion. The book is available as an e-book from Amazon in Kindle Format. It can also be read on any smart phone, i-Pad, laptop or PC by downloading the free apps from the amazon web site. I would recommend the book to all DJs as a reference guide and also to all future brides as an illustration as to how to achieve a day which is truly unique, fun and memorable.
Music Open Pafos 2013
Once again i was asked to co-host the third international festival for young opera stars in Cyprus. The evening took place at the Coral Beach Hotel in Coral Bay and it was a sell-out.
500 people were entertained to music which celebrated the 200 year anniversary of the composer Verdi. My co-host, Natalie made introductions in Greek and Russian while i did my best to offer translations in English. It was a difficult week working on the script and presentation but all turned out right on the night.
Bristol and Bolton –
Entrances and Spotlight Moments
I’m currently working on the final preparation for another couple of workshops in November. the hotels are booked, My flights have been arranged and all we need now are a couple more brave DJs to join us for another adventure into the world of weddings and how to do things differently.
As ever I would like to thank everyone for their continued support, it means a great deal to me. I would love to hear your comments and suggests. please use the contact box underneath.