Paul Hermans and Oliver Pasch Team Up: Joins Cinionic

A hearty welcome two the new leaders to theCinionic team: Paul Hermans and Oliver Pasch. Building upon Cinionic’s growth since the company’s launch in 2018, the team is growing to support the delivery of expanded managed service and premium service solutions, as part of Cinionic’s leading and award-winning cinema portfolio. The appointments announced cement Cinionic’s commitment to a growing exhibition landscape fuelled by wow experiences, technological peace of mind, and financial flexibility.

Paul Hermans – Senior Vice President, Cinema as a Service (CaaS)
Paul Hermans joins Cinionic from Barco NV. Based in Kortrijk, Paul will be responsible for the development and global scaling of our new CaaS business, which includes our Laser as a Service offering. He brings 20 years of professional experience in senior positions to Cinionic. After holding management positions at Johnson Controls and Barry-Callebaut, Paul joined Barco in 2008. As head of Treasury, he gained experience in structuring financing solutions for VPF cinema models. In his most recent Barco role as VP of Global Service Group, Paul led various global change initiatives in aftermarket service optimization and service commercial excellence.

Oliver Pasch – Vice President, Sales & Business Development Premium Cinema Based in Germany, Oliver will take an active promoter and enabler role to further develop our Premium Cinema business within Europe. Oliver is an industry veteran with proven expertise in cinema operations and technology. Over the last 15 years, he was active in the first digital conversion wave. Oliver served as Sales Director of Digital Cinema at Sony and was directly involved in a multitude of movie theatre openings at the peak of the multiplex cinema roll-out. Oliver’s extensive experience and large network in the cinema industry is poised to support the growth in Premium Cinema solutions in Europe and around the world.

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