Exciting new partnership between Ikano and Nottingham's independent Broadway cinema

Ikano Financial Services has been based in the city since 1994 and is committed to supporting the local community, with its charitable strategy aimed at helping Nottingham’s young people.

Through the one year sponsorship deal both organisations hope to bring benefits to young people by offering free membership and low cost ticket deals to students and young people, many of whom have been involved in Broadway’s educational and community filmmaking projects.

Broadway cinema has created a range of Headline Sponsor benefits for Ikano staff including free cinema tickets and an exclusive screening for Ikano staff. As an educational charity, committed to actively engaging with young people in creative learning, Broadway is keen to invite other companies to become sponsors, offering further opportunities to support a wide range of activities with people from all ages and abilities.

Steve Mapp, Chief Executive of Broadway said ‘Partnerships such as this provide resources that enable us to make a real difference in our community, bringing people together to share creative experiences in film and technology.’

Stephen Burnside, Managing Director of Ikano said ‘We are delighted to strengthen our support for Nottingham and its young people through this partnership. We look forward to maximising our relationship through innovative projects which support the promotion of film whilst adding great benefits for our staff.’