Galalite Screens participated in one of the largest conferences and tradeshows for the cinema business, CineEurope, held in Barcelona, Spain from 20-23 June 2022. This marks Galalite’s return to in-person conferences after two years. In 2020, Galalite participated virtually.
CineEurope is the longest-running and most prestigious convention dedicated entirely to cinema operators in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. The convention, produced by the Film Expo Group, attracts international business professionals, cinema owners, and various industrial supplies and helps them network and discuss the latest industry trends.
The 3-day conference remained eventful as ever, with executive round tables, informative live sessions, and much more for visitors and exhibitors. The Galalite stall was a hive of activity with all their products on display. The booth’s theme was “Upgrade to Galalite”, and it proved to be a massive success amongst visitors who wished to view the pathbreaking products for themselves.
Speaking on the occasion, Siranush Whyte, GM Business Development, said, “It was great to be back at CineEurope after two long years. We did participate in the event virtually in 2020; however, meeting people face-to-face and creating personal connections were sorely missing. We are glad to see that many cinema chains and owners are considering upgrading to galalite after this event. We hope to be back next year!”
Yusuf Galabhaiwala, Director of Operations, said, “We, as cinema screen manufacturers, have always focused on improving the cinema viewing experience by producing better surfaces, and we believe there is always room for improvement. The Galalite R&D team has been concentrating on making a difference with Lensray Technology, ensuring that the surfaces have better center-to-edge uniformity.
With our company philosophy, transparency is important, and we want to show the cinema owners and exhibitors what other companies hide by amping the gain on their screens. We have therefore created a datasheet that displays the gain percentage in nine parts on the screen. These readings are called cumulative gain unit.”