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T3 unveils our newest resource - the Stanford Scouting Report! One of things that we pride ourselves on at T3 Advisors is our ability to cut through the clutter to get to the heart of what really matters to our clients. And that applies just as much to the resources we provide as it does to a multi-site real estate search. So, without further ado, we are excited to bring you the T3 Stanford Scouting Report.
Last week, I was fortunate enough to be invited to speak at a really awesome event surrounding a topic that's of interest to so many people: "Changing Workspace: How Echo Boomers are Changing Trends." Sponsored by HighProfile and organized by our friends at Nickerson PR, it was an evening filled with some great insights about how Millenials, AKA "echo boomers," are shifting traditional views of what the workplace and the associated corporate culture should be.
What happens when you bring a group of University of Vermont (UVM) alumnae together with Boston’s top entrepreneurs and business leaders? UVME - UVM Entrepreneur Group.
Last week, T3 Advisors had the good fortune to celebrate with our clients and project teams of BlackDuck Software and Pegasystems, here at the Innovation Studio prior to their accepting the Corenet Award of Excellence for Best New Workplace (BlackDuck) and Real Executive of the Year (Dan Ryan - Pegasystems). It was a fantastic night as these teams and their family members joined us to recognize their work in developing a collaborative work environment that truly supports each company's culture and workflow. We are thrilled that their vision has led to this esteemed recognition and will help to serve as a model for how other companies can truly embrace the development of high performance workspaces. T3 is proud to support their efforts now and in the future.
T3 Advisors is a proud sponsor and organizer of the 11th Annual MIT Sloan CFO Summit that will take place on November 21st at the Boston Marriott Newton. This year's theme, "Today's CFO: Powerful Agility," speaks to today's financial leader as strategist, innovator, and tough decision maker. It's clearly about looking at the broader picture - utilization of data, strategic planning and corporate culture. Today's executives are looking at their organizations more holistically than ever before.
T3 Advisors is very excited to be sponsoring and attending The Lobby Conference that's coming up later this month. For those who may not be aware of The Lobby Conference, it's really the premier event for executives from digital media start-ups and powerhouses alike, as well as traditional media outlets and venture capitalists. Sound interesting? It is - and not just because of the amazing networking opportunities and incredible venues. It offers a unique perspective.
Recently, T3 Advisors completed a major renovation project for our client, LogMeIn. You may have seen some of the news and articles about the space and be wondering why LogMeIn's new headquarters is drawing so much attention, both from the media and design and architectural associations.
Workplace Innovation—the art and science of higher performance. At T3 we passionately believe that space matters simply because people matter most.
Since salaries and benefits can cost 1000% more than leased space on a per square foot basis, space is fundamentally just a means to an end. Beyond rental rates and square footages, beyond a place where butts go in seats, high performance workplaces (HPW) integrate proven best practices in design and indoor environmental quality science while embracing the evolving ways in which we live, learn, work and play.
When done well, HPWs can dramatically enhance recruitment, retention, performance, productivity and, ultimately, enterprise competitiveness and profitability.
On July 25th, I got up on a stage at Hack/Reduce in Cambridge and shaved my head with about 30 other people. Why? To support St. Baldrick's Foundation, an organization that is focused on heightening awareness and support for the battle against childhood cancer.
It was truly amazing to join with others from Boston's Big Data Community to show our support for this great cause. Kids battling cancer often lose their hair during treatment so the head-shaving events symbolize community support for these children.
Recently, I had the honor of working with our UK partner, Lambert Smith Hampton on an article entitled, “Across the pond: a States perspective on the Thames Valley” for their Thames Valley Office Market Report 2013 which features an overview of US corporate expansion to the UK. As our clients like Pegasystems and Fleetmatics open new locations in the Thames Valley, there are some key takeaways to share. Below is an excerpt of the article:
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