Make No Little Plans

Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever-growing insistency.
–Daniel Burnham, Chicago City Planner 1890

When you imagine your optimal athletic department, what do you see? Do you have the top-of-the-line facilities? A raucous sold-out stadium? A display case filled with championship trophies? Maybe a conference-leading GSR in every sport?

Bold visions? Perhaps. But doesn’t being a part of something bold and new inspires your team do its best everyday, to try new things, take risks, learn and continually improve?

As Daniel Burnham quipped: “Make big plans, aim high in hope and work.” The bolder the dream, the more excitement and energy it releases. Are you doing everything you can to make those dreams happen?

Each year, college athletics faces stronger economic headwinds as expenses continue to rise and external scrutiny. Athletic departments attempt to set themselves apart in the facilities arms race and attract premier coaches and student-athletes, all while creating exemplar opportunities for student-athletes.

Your team works tirelessly to sell season and single-game tickets to fill your stadium every game with excited, engaged fans. Your development staff works to engage your donor base so that you can continue to maintain and upgrade your facilities for athletes and fans alike. Our goal with analytics is to help your athletic department run on all cylinders.

Whether you’re working to maintain fans, upsell fans, or find new fans, analytics is the key driver behind your success. At Fanalytical, we provide analytical insights so your staff can focus on what it does best: dreaming big, aiming high and creating opportunity for student-athletes and memories for a passionate fan base.

We want you to make big plans, because we know that those goals are possible.

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