Category Archives: Recruiting

An Open Letter to Aspiring Female DJs

DJ Randi Rae

By Gregg Hollmann, “Party Professional” Dear Aspiring Female DJs, You may have heard that the DJ industry is a male-dominated field, and that your chances for success are slim to none.  Well I’m here to advise you otherwise. Who am I?  I am a DJ company owner based in Central New Jersey and a former…

The Advantages & Disadvantages of Being a Female DJ

Have you thought about hiring a female DJ for your multi-op? Do you already have female DJs working for your company and are wondering what issues they have to contend with? Then check out this video featuring prominent female DJs from across America and the UK and learn!

#AskJasonJani | Ep 41 | “Single Vs Multi- Op”

Jason Jani from the SCE Event Group is now ready to answer your questions! Just use the #ASKJasonJani on twitter and he might even video respond to you.

The Las Vegas DJ Show – It s Gonna Be F king Great

Multi-Op expert Mike Walter talks about his seminar and workshop at The Las Vegas DJ Show

Jesus As A DJ

DJ Jesus

By Mike Walter The Holidays are a time when Christians the world over celebrate the birth of Christ. And whether you believe in Jesus’ divinity or not, few question the historical figure named Jesus Christ. So, if you will allow a bit of a stretch of the imagination, I thought this would be a good…

DJ Spotlight: Mike Walter

Mike Walter

By Stacy Zemon, Publisher & Chief Scribe When Jerry Rice was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, he said in his induction speech that throughout his entire career he was motivated by fear of failure. DJ Mike Walter admits that the same is true for him. “I’m certainly not trying to compare myself to…

Hiring a Sales Person for Your Multi-Op

By Stacy Zemon, Publisher & Chief Scribe Multi-op managers who also entertain every weekend and try to strike a balance between their professional and personal lives, may not have the additional time needed to devote to the sales end of running their DJ services. If this is the case for you, then hiring a dedicated…

The DJ Sub-Contractors vs. Employees Debate

by Mike Walter – “Multi-Op Corner” Recently on this website, Ric Hansen wrote a piece entitled “Sub-Contracting Doesn’t Have to be a Nightmare.” I’d like to use this space to refute some of his points. Mr, Hansen and I both write for this great blog site as well as for The Disc Jockey News, and…

How to Make Your Own “Luck”

by Mike Walter Many people have said to me through the years, “You’re really lucky to have the staff that you have.” And while I usually nod and thank them, inside I’m actually a little insulted. I think to myself, “luck has very little to do with it.” I’ll give you an example. I did…

The Importance of Having an Entry Level Position

If you’ve read my first few posts here on ProMobileDJ, then you know my thoughts on where to find possible recruits for your mobile DJ company, and how to introduce them to the exciting world of DJ Entertainment. When you are successful in your pursuit of talent, you’ll find yourself gazing at a few young…