Meet The Mill’s Third Cohort

The Mill recently introduced the VegasTech community to their third cohort of startup teams. The Mill is an accelerator headquartered in the heart of downtown Las Vegas that is designed to help entrepreneurs evolve. The team has two programs — one for people to test ideas and one for seed stage startups. The seed stage startup program, The Mill Startup … Continued

Meet Machine Learning Las Vegas: Tapping into ML for Startups and Entrepreneurs

In a brand new Meetup in the #VegasTech community, attendees will discuss tools and strategies for implementing Machine Learning systems in the context of startup and entrepreneurship. Machine Learning is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. Using algorithms that iteratively learn from data, machine learning allows computers to find hidden insights without being explicitly … Continued

Startup Grind’s Las Vegas Chapter Hosts 2 Events in June

Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 215,000 founders in over 200 cities. The group nurtures startup ecosystems in 85 countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Entrepreneurs. To date, Startup Grind has helped millions of entrepreneurs find mentorship, connect to partners and hires, pursue … Continued

IoT Evolution Expo Brings IoT Security Content to Las Vegas

TMC and Crossfire Media announced the IoT Smart, Connected & Secure track at IoT Evolution Conference and Expo. The event will be held July 11-14, 2016 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Through informative conference tracks, an IoT Exhibition floor, case studies, special events, networking and more, the IoT Evolution Expo is the ultimate venue … Continued

WiseBanyan Launches Goal-based Financial Planning

WiseBanyan, a #VegasTech startup backed by VTF Capital, just launched their biggest release since the company first launched in 2014. WiseBanyan is the first financial advisor to not charge management, trading, or rebalancing fees. Through the use of technology, the team offers the same services as a traditional advisor and pass the savings to customers in the form of free. … Continued

The Innevation Center Announces Mentor Hours with Michael Bertagnolli, Veteran Liaison for Cyber World Institute

The team at The Innevation Center recently announced their launch of Mentor Hours in January 2016. “We continuously work to provide not only our members, but the entire community with the resources they need to be successful,” said Nicole Hauser, Media & Event Manager at The Innevation Center. “Mentor Hours help them connect with other … Continued

Work In Progress Hosts The StartupBus and Uber Developers

Work In Progress proudly hosts StartupBus San Francisco on Sunday, May 15, 2016.  StartupBus exists to create a community of the best hackers, hipsters, and hustlers. A community that is a life-long asset you can tap into, with our annual competition acting as our intake into this community. The competition itself forges these “buspreneurs” together through … Continued

Hyperloop One 1st Public Propulsion Test a Success

Frank Gruber, CEO of and Las Vegas resident, attended the first public propulsion test of Hyperloop One at their test site in northern Las Vegas. “This was the first successful public test of this nature for the company that just yesterday announced a name change, new partners, and a new round of funding,” wrote Gruber. “The … Continued

Meet JRNL: Local Startup Sharing Their Accelerator Experience

Las Vegas-based startup JRNL is a product designed to help users capture meaningful content from their life, whether it’s social content, mobile content, blogs, email, text or many other sources. “We want to automate this process because people are busy living life and JRNL will do the work for them,” said Nick Jones, founder of … Continued

Meet Domingo Rosa: The Iron Yard Las Vegas Graduate

Domingo Rosa is a junior developer who says he worked hard to get there. “I was watching PBS and they ran a story about code schools and the work force of the future,” he said. “While watching I found myself relating more and more to the students who left there jobs to pursue a new … Continued