Recently, T3’s Vice President and former Senior Manager of Global Planning, Design and Construction at Twitter, Caroline Quick, was the featured speaker at the Umpqua Bank Catalyst Series event, Future Workplace: Rethinking Office Space to Cultivate Culture and Talent.
As part of Caroline’s mission to inspire business leaders to think differently about real estate and the workplace, she spoke about how the vision of the “office” has evolved over the years and addressed some key questions that companies face when creating effective office environments:
Additionally, Caroline discussed The Responsive Office – the development of interactive, intelligent space that really addresses individual and team needs.
And you’re in luck! In case you weren’t able to attend the event, here is a video that captures some of the discussion. Enjoy!
T3 knows that space is the lifeblood of a business and a major platform for growth. Working as an extension of the team, T3 develops and implements a wide variety of corporate real estate solutions for organizations ranging from startups to multinational corporations. By only representing tenants—not landlords—T3 also offers a transparent, conflict-free look into real estate strategy.
The company’s real estate services include tailored brokerage, location advisory, portfolio planning, consultative insights, project management, and ongoing workplace support. Placed at the center of innovation ecosystems with offices in San Francisco, Palo Alto, NYC, and Boston, T3 has advised thousands of companies globally, including LinkedIn, HubSpot, ASICS, AutoDesk, WorkDay, and Battery Ventures.