Tomas A. Silva is a graduate in Business Administration from the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1986 he moved to the United States to Florida, to Miami to be precise where he began working with some of the veterans of the distribution industry in Latin America, as Riccardo Cella and Daniel Gutiérrez of Titanus. He also learns some from Louis Boeri and Rafael Fusaro of APA.
Worked for Capital Vision when the company produced “El Magnate” first soap opera to be filmed entirely in the United States and in Spanish. He began to have a more international profile working for Unapix and then as Vice President of Sales at Macías Group, a dubbing company. Until 2008 when he formed his own distribution company Dinter Inc.
The beginnings of Dinter actually date back to 1980’s when the first version of the company was born in Buenos Aires Argentina, Distributors International, hence the Dinter was created by Ovidio Lisa, Mario Arce and Jorge Tyburec where Silva began as “office boy “.
Paying tribute to Mr. Lisa his first mentor Silva named the company with his short name achieving a great deal of success as the first Dinter.
With the experience gained in 30 years Dinter tries to take clients to the new world of television, either on its traditional platforms as well as those that have arisen in recent times. Given that no customer is like another Dinter is characterized by working on the needs of each of its customers in a tailor made base to each of them. Providing a complete service from the beginning and planning to achieve the agreed goals.
If everyone can believe that “Its never too late to start all over again” we could say that at some point we started, we fall and we had to start again. That first time, is the most important one and requires our most focused attention. When we look backwards we only do it to learn of our own mistakes knowing that the cumulative experience and the problems we overcome makes us better human been and it made us stronger us a group. Our goal is to take advantage of every opportunity to transform it in a positive one. To be better people and being better people become the leaders that begin a movement to a better future.