SIOR’s monthly member spotlight highlights an SIOR member who showcases an exemplary profile and has a strong engagement with the online community.
This past month we focused on Theodule J. Doucet Jr., SIOR, CCIM, office specialist and senior vice president at Cushman and Wakefield Alliance|Oxford Commercial in Austin, TX.
Ted Doucet joined Cushman & Wakefield / Oxford Commercial in 2006 after launching his commercial real estate career in 2004. Ted was recognized in 2012 as Oxford Commercial’s Top Producer. At Oxford Commercial, Ted is primarily focused on tenant services and helps his clients locate and negotiate for the lease or purchase of office space. His clients enjoy seamless best-in-class access to local, regional, national and global commercial real estate services, platforms, technologies and value-added partners.
In addition, Ted is a member of the Board of Advisors for the International Accelerator. The International Accelerator provides an efficient pathway to bring highly valued international businesses to the U.S.
Previously, Ted spent 26 years working in the high-tech industry in sales and sales leadership roles. His experience, including 14 years working at leading Austin based high-tech start-ups, provides him with a unique understanding of the region, its innovation industries and their business objectives. He has a proven track record of helping organizations solve their most significant business challenges through his consultative approach.
Some of Ted’s professional accomplishments and experience include being an instrumental member of the executive team that built Pervasive Software into an industry leader and helped guide them through their initial public offering in 1997. Additionally, he has been a top producer at companies such as Digital Equipment Corporation, Sybase and Triactive.
Theodule J. Doucet Jr., SIOR, CCIM
Senior Vice President, Cushman & Wakefield Alliance | Oxford Commercial
200 W. Cesar Chavez, Ste 250
Austin, TX 78701
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