If you’re not bringing a full box of business cards, you’re not bringing enough.
“Ironically, I just hired a karaoke engineer for a party I have tomorrow,” says Adam Weitz, “and I met him at the DJ Expo. I already know in advance what an awesome job he’s going to do. And I wouldn’t have met him if I wasn’t here at the Expo.”
Adds Jones: “Networking is what’s most important to me when going to a show. I do also look forward to meeting others from around the country and listening to their stories—both good stories and war stories.”
Says Tiegs: “Expanding to a national network of peers and resources is valuable. Being able to ask other DJs questions and answering their questions can help those who are passionate become even better.”