New Delhi, 6th Sept. 2018: Cinépolis, India’s 1st international and the world’s 2nd largest movie theatre circuit by attendance has been bestowed with the award of “Most Trusted Brand of the Year” at 3.0 Edition – Big Cine Expo 2018. The award caters to the cinema exhibition market in Asia and India, is yet another milestone achieved by Cinépolis that reflects the brand’s focus and reaffirms the company’s commitment towards building its India growth story.
Cinépolis, India is the “Most Trusted Brand of the Year” Award at 3.0 Edition – Big Cine Expo 2018
The Big Cine Awards is an initiative designed to recognize and reward annually at the Big Cine Expo to honour the design, technical and operation excellence of brands in the cinema exhibition industry. Cinepolis, a pioneer in the movie and entertainment space in India has won this award in recognition of its continuous focus and commitment to build trust by providing augmented customer experince through exciting offers and services to its peers, dealers, advertisers. Over the years Cinépolis India showcased their consistency to build trust in all aspects of their business, ranging from implementation of innovative technology, unique design and providing excellent service in the cinema exhibition industry.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Devang Sampat, Director – Strategic Initiatives, Cinépolis India said, “We are truly honored to receive this prestigious award and become the Most Trusted Brand 2018 in Multiplex industry. This award recognizes the spirit of trust, which the brand has built in the minds of the customers through various initiatives. We are proud to have been chosen for our out of the box initiatives. We will continue to bring in new initiatives to engage with our consumers in a distinctively memorable way. We look forward to continuing to provide trustworthy service to our patrons and continue to sustain goodwill in the industry.”
Cinépolis currently has a total screen-count of 350 screens and has 59 cinemas across India. The company has created a strong footprint across 57 Indian cities having a strong presence in major metros: Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru.