Mark Moran Solutions LLC and the Sports Market

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Mark Moran Solutions LLC is very active in the sports world. With over $9 billion in new and renovated sports facilities planned over the next 5 years, with a third to be spent in the university market,  Mark Moran Solutions LLC prides itself with its relationships with the key decision makers in the university and professional fields.  All facilities are looking at ways to improve their fan experience in a safe and secure atmosphere.
The growth internationally is a huge opportunity and Mark Moran Solutions LLC reach continues to grow relationships in China, Brazil, India, South America, Ukraine, London, South Korea, Qatar, Turkey and other regions represent global opportunities.
Mark Moran is the former Chair of the Board of Advisors to the National Center of Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) which consists of Major Leagues Baseball, NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS, NACDA, NCAA, NASCAR, Indy Racing League, USGA, LPGA, PGA, USOC, USTA, Dallas Cowboys, St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, Penn State University, National Federation of High School Association, Department of Homeland Security, Stadium Management Association and Robinson Cole, LLP.
NCS4, located at the University of Southern Mississippi, is the most leading edge organization in the world studying techniques to mitigate the security risk inherent with large spectator sport venues. Every year, NCS4 has an annual conference with 400 sports leaders nationally and internationally. Previous featured speakers include NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NASCAR President Mike Helton, Indy Racing CEO Randy Bernard, Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwell and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
Mark Moran Solutions LLC produces professional conferences and forums on subject matters from cyber security to the future of sports facilities and oversees /assist all aspects of agenda, moderators, speakers, sales sponsorship, marketing, event locations and advertising. 
Mark Moran Solutions LLC produced the ENR publication of McGraw Hill conference entitled "Sports Facilities of the 21st Century" in November in New York City.  The event brought together 40 of the sports leading experts to discuss the future of the sports industry. Panels included discussion on the financial impact of a sporting event n a city's economy, how to justify the investment & finance sports facitties as cost effective investments, lessons learned in new construction and renovation, modern trends in master sports facilities planning and coordination, an update on new sports construction, latest innovations in the deign and construction of sports facilities as well as a special section on Qatar and  $200 billion the country will spend on infrastructure in preparation for the 2022 World Cup. 
Mark Moran Solutions LLC has participated in a series of various risk management programs for various major leagues including a patron screening analysis, a study on security regulations and procedures, a pilot program at  a major championship game on monitoring social media to monitor threats pre-event, during the game and post-event, a pilot program for background checks for vendors and stadium workers, work to develop a database of violence among spectators and patrons of global sports events, development of sports security and risk management standards, a national survey on game day best practices, a pilot program on evacuation procedures and a  series of table top exercises for various sports facilities.
Mark Moran Solutions LLC sponsored a meeting in New York City for an update from the China Sports Governing Body on the state of sports construction and development in China. An agreement was reached for NCS4 and the China Sports Venue Association to foster international cooperation in sports operation, safety and security.  The agreement was signed at NBA headquarters in New York City.  
Mark Moran Solutions LLC sponsored a meeting in New York City for an update from a Ukraine delegation, which consisted of 12 Ukrainian officials led by their Minister of Emergencies. The purpose was to connect the Ukrainian delegation with companies that have been engaged in the areas of emergency management, communications, event security and airport security. 
Co-produced the "Security and Safety Guideline Reference Manual" which is used as a reference in the Department of Homeland Security Publication entitled  "Protective Measures Guide for U.S. Sports Leagues."
Served as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the National Risk Management Program for Spectator Sports & in the creation of the curriculum for the Sports Event Risk Management Participants Guide for a NACDA/DHS Grant.


Featured in Forbes Magazine, Bloomberg Television, IEG Sponsorship Report,, KFAN Sports Radio and Speedway Illustrated

Featured speaker at multiple events including NASCAR Security Summit, NCS4 Annual Conference and Street and Smith's Conference on Sports Sponsorships 

Written articles in various publications including Security Magazine, Security Products Magazine, Government Security News, SP&T News, DHI Magazine

Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) Pepperdine University

Bachelor of Arts (BA) Rollins College


Sports Facilities of the 21st Century 
Case Studies and Lessons Learned in Modern Sports Facility Construction
Mark Moran Solutions LLC produced the ENR McGraw Hill conference entitled "Sports Facilities of the 21st Century" held in November 2012 at McGraw Hill headquarters in New York City.  
The Conference brought together 40 of the sports leading experts to discuss the future of the sports industry.
Panels included discussion on:
Financial Impact of a Sporting Event on a City's Economy
How to Justify the Investment & Finance Sports Facilities as Cost Effective Investments
Lessons Learned in New Construction and Renovation
Modern Trends in Master Sports Facilities Planning and Coordination
Update on New Sports Construction
Latest innovations in the Design and Construction of Sports Facilities 
Special section on Qatar & the $200 Billion the country will spend on infrastructure in preparation for 2022 World Cup