Food and Wine Unite Businesses at Woodland Hills Chamber Event

From left: Suite Managers Kerri Linda Morales and Sharon Northrup, Receptionist Pauline Steinberg and Chamber Volunteer Mercy Alpert
From left: Suite Managers Kerri Linda Morales and Sharon Northrup, Receptionist Pauline Steinberg and Chamber Volunteer Mercy Alpert

Barrister was presented with another great opportunity to interact with the local business community when we sponsored a table at the Fine Wine & Food Festival sponsored by the Woodland Hills/Tarzana Chamber of Commerce.

Our staffers, Kerri Linda Morales, Sharon Northrup, and Pauline Steinberg, educated attendees about the advantages in leasing an executive suite with Barrister.

“It’s always great, particularly in this business climate, to talk about Barrister’s foundation of longevity and financial stability,” Morales said.

 

Afternoon Tea at Barrister Serves as Opportunity to Network

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The Mad Hatter wasn’t present for the recent tea party held at our Century City location, but the laughter and good times flowed just the same.

Barrister tenants and staff gathered for an End of Summer Afternoon Tea networking event. While tea was served and finger sandwiches were passed, tenants mingled and utilized the opportunity to exchange business cards.

The afternoon was also a great opportunity to welcome new tenants and learn about one another’s business or practice.

Barrister Assistant Vice President Jacqui White drew from her British background for the idea of tea in the afternoon. 

“We had a tremendous turnout,” White said.  “Numerous tenants have expressed how much they enjoyed the opportunity to mingle and relax.”