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AMPdj

AMPdj

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44 8456 808 247

50 Moneyduff Road, Cloughmills, United Kingdom, BT44 9NY

We provide some great tangible and worthwhile benefits for our members which is probably why AMPdj is the largest Organisation for Mobile DJs in the UK with 3 out of every 4 mobile DJs choosing AMPdj as the one to join. We also do all this for the fantastic price of £49.

Are we the best for YOU and your business? Have a read of the site and if you’re still undecided give us a call on 08456 808 247 (calls cost up to 4p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge).

If you are a singer, musician or in a band or tribute act then you may find our sister organisation ‘AMPband’ would be more suitable for you.

http://www.ampdj.co.uk
South Eastern Discotheque Association

South Eastern Discotheque Association

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44 7723 046833

5 Brogdale Farm Cottage, Faversham, Kent, United Kingdom, ME13 8XU

According to Wikipedia, the concept of a Mobile Disco was the brainchild of a certain Mr. Roger Squire who began an entertainment service back in 1966. From there he later set up a disco equipment supply service that sold sound and lighting equipment to budding DJ’s all over the world.
The South Eastern Discotheque Association (or SEDA for short) was formed in 1974 by six like-minded DJ’s in the Tonbridge area of Kent, England with the main aim to promote a better professional approach to the art of mobile DJ’ing. This was later extended to cover all DJs, Mobile, Resident, Radio and Bedroom Mixers.

https://www.seda.org.uk
Mobile DJ Network

Mobile DJ Network

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44 7711 573 276

Mobile DJ Network membership gives you FREE MOBILE DJ PLI of £10m + FREE Employers Liability Insurance + Free Products Liability Insurance!
Membership is just £29.99 per year and gives you the Liability Insurance cover you need to run your Mobile DJ/ Disco/ Karaoke business, much cheaper than anyone else!

Even if your Wedding DJ doesn’t have PLI and you need it for one day only, £29.99 covers him and gives your venue the paperwork they need

http://www.mobiledjnetwork.co.uk/
Production Services Association

Production Services Association

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44 1225 332668

PO Box 2709, Bath, United Kingdom, BA1 3YS

The PSA is the trade association for companies and individuals involved in the live event production industry. Our aim is to represent, improve, educate and develop the business of technical production for live events. This is achieved by pooling the knowledge of the entire industry to create a single voice for the industry and a central resource for its members.

The issues that we deal with are those that affect the whole industry. The solutions we find are there for the whole industry. This can only be achieved with the help of the whole industry.

https://www.psa.org.uk
NADJ

NADJ

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0800 468 1363

The National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ) was formed in January 2004, as a natural evolution of the UK’s leading regional association for over 25 years, the Thames Valley Disc Jockeys’ Association. The transition from the regional to National association was finalised at the AGM in March 2004, when the name was formally changed and the TVDJA became an integral part of the new NADJ.
The transition to a national organisation became necessary as the membership had outgrown the original regional boundaries. This was partly due to the demise of several other regional Associations and groups, leaving only two main associations — TVDJA and SEDA (South Eastern Discotheque Association). With membership enquiries from all parts of the country, it became obvious that there was still a need for an official body to represent the needs of DJs and to provide a portal for exchange of information and ideas.
The TVDJA (affectionately known by it’s members as “TIVVY”) was formed in 1978 and rose rapidly to become the largest DJ Association in the UK. Whilst based in the counties West of London, it frequently had a few members from other parts of the country – and has even had overseas members!
Since 1982 the Association has held an annual Dinner-Dance & Awards evening – “Shownite”. Awards were made to members under various internal categories, such as Best Member’s Show presentation, DIY award for home made equipment, etc. The Association also recognises the industry as a whole, with awards for various types of DJ equipment and also Best Publication. All ‘Industry Awards’ are voted for by the membership. Many companies are proud to have their products endorsed by the end user – The DJ!
For many years the Association hosted the UK’s largest regional equipment exhibition, Disco-Ex, which was held in association with Shownite. With the advent of internet and mail-order equipment sales, the exhibition became unviable, as manufacturers tended to leave the marketing to distributors and retailers and were less willing to support regional exhibitions directly. The last Disco-Ex was held in the late 90’s. However, the future of regional exhibitions, such as Disco-Ex, may be assured as major exhibitions, like the PLASA show, appear to be drifting away from the mobile DJ market.
The Association has always had strong links with the Disco Industry as a whole – with many manufacturers supporting the Association and, indeed, using the Association as a launch-pad for many new products. Several new organisations and companies, such as the now world-wide DMC, Mobile DJ Magazine, Pro-Mobile Magazine and the disco industry charity Dance Aid Trust, were launched with the support of the Association.
In the early 1990’s the Association was instrumental, along with SEDA, in getting the DJ recognised as a true profession and included within the UK trade union BECTU (Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph & Theatre Union). However, due to internal changes within BECTU, the freelance DJ has been largely forgotten by the Union, with only a few, if any, still members.
The NADJ, with over 25 years of experience behind it, will move forward to better serve its members and to achieve its aims.

http://nadj.org.uk
ISCE

ISCE

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44 118 9542175

PO Box 7966, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom, RG6 7WY

The Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE) is the specialist professional body within the sound and communications industry. It was founded in 1948 and is an entirely independent Institute, run by a Council elected by its members.

ISCE members are involved in all aspects of the sound and communications industry providing audio solutions for many varied locations and venues throughout the UK and abroad. These typically include schools, colleges, places of worship, offices, factories, leisure centres, civic buildings, restaurants, shopping centres, supermarkets and many other unique locations. Our membership comprises of individuals who are self-employed, working for small companies, national and multi-national organisations in the UK and overseas. Their expertise lies in the field of consulting, contracting, engineering, distribution, research and design, manufacturing and marketing.

By using an ISCE member on a sound or audio project, you can be assured that you are engaging with someone who cares about their work and is up to date on industry developments and training.

http://www.isce.org.uk
ADJA

ADJA

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888-723-5776

20118 N 67Th Ave, Ste.300-605, Glendale, AZ 85308, 85308

The ADJA is the largest & fastest Growing Trade Association for Mobile DJ’s. The ADJA’s #1 goal? We help DJs build & grow their business. We do that by providing exceptional services & benefits. Nobody can match, let alone exceed what the ADJA provides it’s members. No one can do more to help you build & grow your business than ADJA. Join the ADJA today & begin to reap the benefits of Education, Networking & support. Sign up at our booth, online at adja.org or call the national office. See the show guide for our national meeting, guests are welcome.

http://adja.org