Category: Global Real Estate Strategies

Global Transaction Management: Data, Transparency, and Leverage

October 2016 | by Austin Barrett

Every project and assignment is unique in its own way and requires a specific local skill set. For instance, a manufacturing requirement in Costa Rica or an engineering office in Germany both require a very different set of skills. T3’s Best in Class model offers a data driven and transparent approach that creates the ultimate leverage for our clients.


We Need Another Hero.

September 2016 | by Graham Allison

Earmark a small percentage of space for the next generation of great companies, and provide it on a flexible basis. You won’t regret it. These companies lease space faster, work within re-usable layouts, create buzz and have the potential to grow into your traditional “anchor tenant” in the future.


Hiring Overseas? 5 Things to Consider.

September 2016 | by Emma Pina

Growth comes with international expansion. When companies think about going overseas, it is important to get a great understanding of the external environment and understand the foreign context in order to be successful, as there are factors that create both opportunities and threat. Some of those factors include labor laws, talent acquisition, language proficiency, business climate, intellectual property, access, and costs.


Where in the World Can We Put Engineering?

August 2016 | by Mark Cote

Our InSite team has exhaustively studied the global markets, trends, and where companies are opening engineering locations.


The Global Entrepreneurial Spirit

June 2016 | by Roy Hirshland

In 2014, I had the honor of being named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the year. This experience continues as I connect with other former CEO EOY winners from around the world. On May 25th I had the unique opportunity to speak to over one hundred CEOs from the EY EOY program who were visiting Boston from Ireland.