Today, we take the time to welcome Carola Pandre to the team! Carola was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is the South American Business Development Manager for Ordior, Blue Pie, and DJ Central. She’s passionate about music and entertainment, and has spent many years working in the entertainment industry in order to pursue her passion as far as it can go. Her favourite musical genres are jazz, rock, R&B, and soul. 2020 saw her arrive on our doorstep to really show us what she could do for our business development department, but the stories she’s undergone beforehand can’t be understated!
In 2010, Carola started working at Sony Music Argentina at the age of 22, where she worked with several artists. Fast forward a few years later, and she became a product manager and tour manager of artists at Pirca Records & Entertainment. She then advanced to the role of event producer for the Lollapalooza Argentina Festival, as well as the Secretary of Culture of Bs As City, European Union Argentina. Her experience in these musical fields across multiple companies, artists, and genres really adds to her pool of knowledge, and makes her skills invaluable to us.
Now, 10 years after her big debut, Carola started happily working alongside Ordior, as well as Ordior’s partner companies, Blue Pie and DJ Central. Carola assists Ordior as the South American Business Development Manager. She helps to expand our market in her corner of the globe, and thanks to her, we’ll be connecting with Latin artists even more than we already have.
Working out of South America helps us expand to a lucrative corner of the world that we’ve been meaning to truly set foot into for the longest time now. With our recent story on welcoming Delfina to the company, it’s pretty clear to see our focus in this area, and with competent people like Carola at the helm, it’s already paying off in spades.
Carola has established herself as a valued member of the team in a very short amount of time, and with her assisting Ordior, Blue Pie, and DJ Central, the sky will be the limit.