Finnkino expands with a new cinema in Lappeenranta
Finnkino, part of Nordic Cinema Group, opens a new cinema in Lappeenranta in eastern Finland today. The new cinema is Finnkino’s fifteenth cinema.
The cinema is located in the IsoKristiina shopping centre in Lappeenranta and has four screens with a total of 536 seats.
I am proud to open Finnkino’s fifteenth cinema. Our goal is to be the most passionate, creative and attractive cinema operator, and it is clearly reflected in Lappeenranta where we have put our primary focus on the customer experience, Finnkino CEO Veronica Lindholm says.
Our new cinema in Lappeenranta is a good example of how we work with the Nordic Cinema Group strategy. We want to expand where people meet - in central and densely populated areas, near restaurants and shopping. There is a high demand for affordable out of home entertainment, and we create cinema world-class experiences that meet that need. Our new cinema meets all these strategic criteria, Nordic Cinema Group CEO Jan Bernhardsson says.
For further information:
Jan Bernhardsson, CEO NCG, +46 (0)70-525 40 20, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonas Burvall, CCO NCG, +46 (0)766-27 97 55, email@example.com
Nordic Cinema Group (NCG) is the largest cinema operator in the Nordic and Baltic countries, operating 70 cinemas, with 461 screens and approx. 64 000 seats in almost 50 major and mid-sized cities. In addition NCG is co-owner of another 43 cinemas. NCG operates cinemas under four different brands in six markets – SF Bio in Sweden, SF Kino in Norway, Finnkino in Finland and Forum Cinemas in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.