La Jolla agent Chantal Sanchez organizes a networking evening for luxury brand pros

When the COVID-19 pandemic prevented one of La Jolla’s newest luxury brands from hosting a grand showroom opening, Chantal Sanchez took action.

Sanchez, an agent in the La Jolla office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, turned the situation into a networking opportunity for representatives of some of the community’s most iconic brands.

“I ran into my friend David Junk, CEO of Bang & Olufsen of Southern California, who told me the pandemic had prevented him from hosting a grand opening in his new [high-end electronics] place. To help my friend, I decided at that point to bring together professionals and local luxury brands for a summer evening in his showroom, ”said Sanchez, expert in energy-efficient and low-energy luxury homes. environmental impact.

Using his citywide contact list, Sanchez invited architects, designers, other real estate professionals and more to the July 15 event.

“The event helped publicize the type of involvement Berkshire Hathaway California Properties is having in the community,” said Sanchez. “And based on the success of the summer evening, we plan to present similar events on a quarterly basis.”

Sanchez is a member of the La Jolla Real Estate Brokers Association and the National Green Resource Council. She is fluent in French and Russian and is frequently consulted on international transactions.

She can be contacted at (858) 901-0088 or [email protected]. ◆

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