Following a hugely popular performance last year, the Accidental Business School has been booked to provide another business masterclass at the The National Association of Disc Jockeys Annual Conference in April.
The annual event draws in DJs from across the UK to discuss industry developments, network with peers and learn more about their businesses.
The Accidental Business School will be presenting on topics such as marketing, increasing business and using comedy in presentations. DJs in attendance will leave the conference with ideas and inspiration to improve their income from their profession.
ABS was founded by Isla Wilson and consists of a number of experts, each with their own specialism that can help businesses of all sizes to learn more about themselves and reach their full potential.
Isla will be discussing the various selling styles and how best to sell yourself, Al Elliot will be talking about guerilla marketing and comedienne Kelly Leigh will be teaching the art of memorable presentations.
NADJ chairman and organiser of the conference, Paul Arnett, said:
We’re not all salespeople and in this market we need to be to get across to our customers why we’re the best fit for our client’s events. Isla spoke at our national conference last year and she went down a storm. It’s great to have the Accidental Business School back again for more inspirational and entertaining seminars.
The conference takes place in Bradford on Sunday, April 14 and is open to anybody, with a £5 ticket price for non-members. The NADJ was established in 2004 and has around 1,000 members.