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There's no faster way to spoil the magic of a visit to a major theme park—you know the one—than waiting in a long, sweltering line to enter a ride.

The park knows this, of course. But maintaining traditional fans that keep queuing customers cool was turning into a nightmare, leading effectively to a fan ban. Before an international branch of this major theme park opened its gates in , operators contacted a new source for help across the Pacific.

Big Ass Fans worked with the park to develop fans that could quietly and cost-effectively cool customers down as they waited in lines for attractions. High-profile custom projects for companies like this were far from the company's original plan. The first fans were marketed for factories and dairy barns, but word spread, and the company began picking up customers across different industries.

Those customers would call and ask, "Are you the ones who make those big ass fans? About five years in, customers began installing the fans in commercial air conditioned spaces, like restaurants, churches, and schools. So in , the company introduced a commercial line of industrial fans with silent motors. When more people inquired about using the fans in homes, the company spun up a premium ceiling fan brand called Haiku in Haiku included smart home integrations and lighting.

Big Ass Fans also started an industrial lighting business around the same time, since some of its big customers began asking if they could do lighting solutions along with their fans.

Watch Jason Hiner's tour of the Big Ass Fans headquarters, where he interviews employees and gets an insider's look at the company's tech innovations and unique culture. It has made the Inc. But to take that direct globally and be as aggressive as the company was to sell directly to Fortune s, that is truly an innovative go-to-market scheme. TechRepublic has the inside story. Big Ass Fans' Kentucky headquarters sits mere miles away from rolling hills and horse farms, but inside, the vibe is more akin to a whimsical Northern California startup.

Situated on the north side of Lexington, a bright yellow statue of the company mascot—a donkey named "Fanny"—welcomes visitors in the front door of one of the newest buildings on campus. A local artist's life-size version of Fanny, the Big Ass Fans donkey mascot, is created out of wood and rope. Installations from local artists—including a wooden version of Fanny, and a Big Ass Fans-branded motorcycle—line the hallways.

A wall of patents on placards in the reception area includes Big Ass Fans designs, but also a gag patent for fire, created by Grog the Destroyer, of noted research university Under Big Leaf. Employees are treated to a free fruit cart that is replenished each day, along with an on-site cafeteria and game area with ping pong and foosball tables.

When the sales team hits a goal, a gong rings out, and a beer fridge is opened at the end of the day. Monthly employee outings include white-water rafting trips, bowling, and baseball games. So everybody that's working with you has to feel like they're equal to the customer in terms of the way they're treated. That ethos also led to higher salaries: Even with large salaries, employee satisfaction is strongly tied to the Big Ass Fans brand, internal surveys found.

I love the fact that we don't take ourselves too seriously, and that we have a great product. Download this article as a PDF free registration required.

One of the major advantages to the Lexington location is proximity to the University of Kentucky, Rhoades said. We've been able to attract the cream of the crop.

During , 11, people applied to jobs at Big Ass Fans. Like many Silicon Valley startups, the average age of Big Ass Fans employees skews young, at 36 years old.

Despite the opportunities available, Big Ass Fans does struggle with the gender gap found at many other tech and manufacturing companies: However, the company has made steps to increase those percentages, including taking the STEP Ahead Pledge issued by the Manufacturing Institute to bring more women into the field. Several female engineers at the company have also been active in mentoring female STEM students.

Transparency was built into the design of the office, with open spaces not just offering a modern look, but better potential for collaboration between departments, according to sales operations manager Jessica Czirr. Since the company has grown so quickly, employees had the chance to step into new roles and take on new responsibilities that usually would not be possible, Czirr said. With the right drive and the passion, people can just have that at their fingertips, to be able to do what they want.

A job rotation program allows staffers to move more easily between positions they are interested in. Much of the program's success is due to Big Ass Fans' general rule of hiring people for their skills, rather than for a specific role, said global director of people and culture Samantha Couch. The team purposefully seeks out people who are hardworking, intelligent, and curious, who will be eager to grow and evolve along with the company, Couch said.

For example, five years ago, the company had just started its residential division, and has since become a leader in the smart home industry. One of the reasons for success in the space was the home-grown analytics department. Director of analytics Whitney Bransom came into the space from the sales team, along with two other analysts. These employees were eager to learn new skills, and the company offered training to make it happen. The open office environment and employee mobility also allows for ongoing coaching, Czirr said.

Managers never want to wait for a formal yearly review to ask their employees what they want to be doing. Despite the fun name and contemporary atmosphere, Big Ass Fans employees are dead serious about product development. It's another thing to make them disappointed once they get your product if it doesn't live up to it. Smith prioritized the research side early on in the company's history.

Big Ass Fans then moved very quickly into new markets, DeSmet said. Let's make a market, let's sell it,'" he said. For a lot of the engineers, it was very freeing. If you leave them to their own devices, they will get things done the fastest way possible.

Customer feedback with a focus on improvements was key, Smith said. It includes a by foot cell, with a ceiling height of about 55 feet, to properly test the large, foot fans, as well as smaller spaces for the smaller options.

The team tests fan airflow rate, efficiency, input power, and motor conditions to make sure that products are operating within a safe range. The district was building a new school, and wanted to eliminate air conditioning from its operating expenses. The district's architecture engineering firm reached out to Big Ass Fans to figure out what they needed to solve the problem.

A Goldilocks situation arose as they tested their current fans: One was too big, and one was too small. That's been critical, despite the fact that Big Ass Fans is the market leader and its competitors are struggling to keep up. Big Ass Fans' founders discovered early on that cooling cows made the animals happier and more productive—and soon realized that the same was true for human workers. At the Big Ass Fans headquarters, a Haiku fan keeps employees cool.

Haiku fans have won more than 75 international design and tech awards. The product line evolved to meet these customer needs and new opportunities, and now includes industrial, commercial, and mobile and mounted fan options.

Today, Big Ass Fans offers 11 different styles of fans, ranging in size from the inch home ceiling fan Haiku to the foot industrial fan Powerfoil X3.

Most options can be customized by color or design. The commercial ceiling fans feature whisper-quiet motors to cool spaces like offices and gyms, while the mobile and mounted fan offerings are meant for spaces like factories and event venues, and can cool spaces from as far as feet away.

Another notable case study is British Airways. One hangar's upper mezzanine felt up to 20 degrees warmer than the ground floor when heaters were running, making working conditions too hot on the upper level and too cold on the lower level. As a solution, the company installed five foot Powerfoil X fans—Big Ass Fans' largest and most durable industrial fan option—to push hot air down and create a more uniform temperature throughout the hangar.

Today, the space is comfortable to work in year-round. Butaro Hospital in northern Rwanda installed seven commercial Isis fans to constantly move air without drawing power from the gas generators that power the facility.

The fans help with decontamination, circulating air over UV lights to kill airborne pathogens like tuberculosis. On the other side of the world, Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park in Ontario purchased Yellow Jacket mounted fans, which can combine cooling with mist to drop temperatures by about 25 degrees for summer games at the nudist park.

The company's Internet of Things IoT journey got off to a bit of a rocky start back in —not necessarily due to the technology itself, but to a lack of demand for it at the time, Smith said. It was shortly after former Apple engineers founded Nest, bringing smart thermostats to market.

Integrating smart technology and automation into fans to reduce air conditioning costs seemed like a natural fit, Smith said. However, "we got way ahead of where we should have been," Smith said. They're asking me for a good fan. Today, as more industrial facilities are Wi-Fi enabled, and people grow more comfortable with connected devices, there is more opportunity for innovation in those spaces, Rhoades said.

They're ready to go. We happen to have products that are getting installed in places where you need to have some knowledge about what's going on. Take moisture elimination, for example: For steel mills that want to prevent rusting, sensors on fans can monitor condensation, and a kit can be installed to prevent water from forming on the steel. Some of the more expensive fans in the Big Ass catalog have smart controls built in, Rhoades said.

Big Ass Fans employees work in an open office atmosphere to encourage sharing ideas and even moving between positions and departments. The company is also investing heavily in the user experience, and how people want to interact with connected cooling devices. For example, on a first-generation app, people had to be on their home network to control the company's consumer fans.

But customers wanted to be able to do so remotely, so that ability is being built into future versions, Rhoades said. Big Ass Fans uses Salesforce's CRM platform and has a data analytics team on staff to mine customer data, and can search geographically, by user type, or by age, and look at trends from repeat buyers.

The company is also revamping its website to make it an easier navigation experience for customers and improve the omnichannel experience for more seamless shopping. Selling directly to customers proved one of the biggest drivers of the company's success, Smith said.

Virtually all of Big Ass Fans' competitors still go to market through an often complicated set of supplier-dealer relationships and partnerships. The tactic of cutting out the middleman has since become more common, with companies like Casper mattresses and Harry's Razors now following suit, Bostock said.

The direct sales model also led to much more direct contact with customers, and the ability to respond to feedback quickly, Czirr said.

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It has made the Inc. But to take that direct globally and be as aggressive as the company was to sell directly to Fortune s, that is truly an innovative go-to-market scheme. TechRepublic has the inside story. Big Ass Fans' Kentucky headquarters sits mere miles away from rolling hills and horse farms, but inside, the vibe is more akin to a whimsical Northern California startup.

Situated on the north side of Lexington, a bright yellow statue of the company mascot—a donkey named "Fanny"—welcomes visitors in the front door of one of the newest buildings on campus. A local artist's life-size version of Fanny, the Big Ass Fans donkey mascot, is created out of wood and rope. Installations from local artists—including a wooden version of Fanny, and a Big Ass Fans-branded motorcycle—line the hallways. A wall of patents on placards in the reception area includes Big Ass Fans designs, but also a gag patent for fire, created by Grog the Destroyer, of noted research university Under Big Leaf.

Employees are treated to a free fruit cart that is replenished each day, along with an on-site cafeteria and game area with ping pong and foosball tables. When the sales team hits a goal, a gong rings out, and a beer fridge is opened at the end of the day. Monthly employee outings include white-water rafting trips, bowling, and baseball games.

So everybody that's working with you has to feel like they're equal to the customer in terms of the way they're treated. That ethos also led to higher salaries: Even with large salaries, employee satisfaction is strongly tied to the Big Ass Fans brand, internal surveys found.

I love the fact that we don't take ourselves too seriously, and that we have a great product. Download this article as a PDF free registration required. One of the major advantages to the Lexington location is proximity to the University of Kentucky, Rhoades said. We've been able to attract the cream of the crop. During , 11, people applied to jobs at Big Ass Fans.

Like many Silicon Valley startups, the average age of Big Ass Fans employees skews young, at 36 years old. Despite the opportunities available, Big Ass Fans does struggle with the gender gap found at many other tech and manufacturing companies: However, the company has made steps to increase those percentages, including taking the STEP Ahead Pledge issued by the Manufacturing Institute to bring more women into the field.

Several female engineers at the company have also been active in mentoring female STEM students. Transparency was built into the design of the office, with open spaces not just offering a modern look, but better potential for collaboration between departments, according to sales operations manager Jessica Czirr.

Since the company has grown so quickly, employees had the chance to step into new roles and take on new responsibilities that usually would not be possible, Czirr said. With the right drive and the passion, people can just have that at their fingertips, to be able to do what they want.

A job rotation program allows staffers to move more easily between positions they are interested in. Much of the program's success is due to Big Ass Fans' general rule of hiring people for their skills, rather than for a specific role, said global director of people and culture Samantha Couch.

The team purposefully seeks out people who are hardworking, intelligent, and curious, who will be eager to grow and evolve along with the company, Couch said.

For example, five years ago, the company had just started its residential division, and has since become a leader in the smart home industry. One of the reasons for success in the space was the home-grown analytics department. Director of analytics Whitney Bransom came into the space from the sales team, along with two other analysts.

These employees were eager to learn new skills, and the company offered training to make it happen. The open office environment and employee mobility also allows for ongoing coaching, Czirr said.

Managers never want to wait for a formal yearly review to ask their employees what they want to be doing. Despite the fun name and contemporary atmosphere, Big Ass Fans employees are dead serious about product development.

It's another thing to make them disappointed once they get your product if it doesn't live up to it. Smith prioritized the research side early on in the company's history. Big Ass Fans then moved very quickly into new markets, DeSmet said. Let's make a market, let's sell it,'" he said. For a lot of the engineers, it was very freeing.

If you leave them to their own devices, they will get things done the fastest way possible. Customer feedback with a focus on improvements was key, Smith said.

It includes a by foot cell, with a ceiling height of about 55 feet, to properly test the large, foot fans, as well as smaller spaces for the smaller options. The team tests fan airflow rate, efficiency, input power, and motor conditions to make sure that products are operating within a safe range.

The district was building a new school, and wanted to eliminate air conditioning from its operating expenses. The district's architecture engineering firm reached out to Big Ass Fans to figure out what they needed to solve the problem. A Goldilocks situation arose as they tested their current fans: One was too big, and one was too small. That's been critical, despite the fact that Big Ass Fans is the market leader and its competitors are struggling to keep up.

Big Ass Fans' founders discovered early on that cooling cows made the animals happier and more productive—and soon realized that the same was true for human workers. At the Big Ass Fans headquarters, a Haiku fan keeps employees cool. Haiku fans have won more than 75 international design and tech awards. The product line evolved to meet these customer needs and new opportunities, and now includes industrial, commercial, and mobile and mounted fan options. Today, Big Ass Fans offers 11 different styles of fans, ranging in size from the inch home ceiling fan Haiku to the foot industrial fan Powerfoil X3.

Most options can be customized by color or design. The commercial ceiling fans feature whisper-quiet motors to cool spaces like offices and gyms, while the mobile and mounted fan offerings are meant for spaces like factories and event venues, and can cool spaces from as far as feet away. Another notable case study is British Airways. One hangar's upper mezzanine felt up to 20 degrees warmer than the ground floor when heaters were running, making working conditions too hot on the upper level and too cold on the lower level.

As a solution, the company installed five foot Powerfoil X fans—Big Ass Fans' largest and most durable industrial fan option—to push hot air down and create a more uniform temperature throughout the hangar.

Today, the space is comfortable to work in year-round. Butaro Hospital in northern Rwanda installed seven commercial Isis fans to constantly move air without drawing power from the gas generators that power the facility.

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