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Can anyone send me a pestle and swot analysis for pop-up cinemas
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Can you plz send me PESTAL and SWOT for pop up cinema
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Gdp has dropped to 0.4 growth.

300 to 500 is average price

They can move anywhere they want


People tend to talk a lot while at the pop up cinema.

around 15,000 people attending a cinema event and there is evidence of the film industry looking into it.

VUE,Odeon,Showcase would be competitors.

Niche market as it is not well known and can be targeted towards older people since they know more classics.

Copyright might be involved if they do not licence properly.

Film4 runs a summer screening.

The size would be small since it is a niche market.

Indoor cinemas would not be subjected to the weather and are open all year around.

Depends on the movie on what type of people it would attract.

Cinema industry is falling since Popup cinema is attracting more and more people.

Pop Up Cinemas are mobile and the segment is dominated by small scale businesses.

Prices tend to fluctuate because every popup is trying to sell the best product for the cheapest price.
There is already some big companies within the film industry.

CineWorld (25.4) Odeon (24.3) Vue (20.4) National Amusements (5.6) Picturehouse CineWorld (2.3) Empire Cinemas (2.2) others (19.9).

Drive-in Cinemas became popular during 1950’s and 60’s (possible homage to that?)

Netflix and Amazon Prime offer low prices for a select amount of films and they have a massive hold on films.

People go to Pop Up Cinemas for the experience as much as the movie.

Older films tend to get played more so can be more recognisable by the older generation.

Cinema is the top for leisure activities for young people and since the prices for tickets are rising.

Newer movies would be more difficult to screen since they have to wait for them to appear on DVD or other forms of media that they use.

Some cinemas raise their prices depending on how ‘immersive’ an experience they offer.

Most customers prefer to go to a cinema.

Normal cinema can hold 100-300 however a pop up can hold 1K+ depending on the venue

Most people book tickets online
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