Dopamine announces its new Chief of International Business Development. She is María García-Castrillón.

  • “The next year will be decisive for every strategy, and I am certain that with Maria we will reach our goals. Despite Covid, our aim is to keep co-producing and growing in every sense.” Fidela Navarro, CEO of Dopamine.

Dopamine, the production studio from Grupo Salinas, adds Maria Garcia-Castrillon to its team, as Chief of International Business Development. A key role for a company with a strong international perspective and its ungoing commitment to innovation in business models.

Maria Garcia-Castrillon

“Maria is a passionate professional, highly experienced, sensitive with content, and creative in the way she presents projects. I love her determination and strength facing tough challenges”, explains Fidela Navarro, CEO of Dopamine. “The next year will be decisive for every strategy, and I am certain that with Maria we will reach our goals. Despite Covid, our aim is to keep co-producing and growing in every sense.”

Maria Garcia-Castrillon-Arguelles is the former Head of Co-Productions at Grupo Boomerang TV in Spain, where she developed her career for almost 14 years. There, she worked closely with the company’s production executives and creatives in order to create co-productions, to develop international businesses and corporate partnerships. Maria comes from the international distribution world, where she has been the head and also the sales executive, not just for Grupo Boomerang, but also for the french group Lagardere.

Maria is an expert of international scripted co-productions. She has led successful projects and developed marketing strategies for US Hispanic, Europe, and Asian territories. She has the experience of two decades working in the international field for Spanish companies, such as Continental, Latido, or Markab, analyzing projects, trends, tax systems, and new business models.

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