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 Accelerator, is designed to help seed-stage companies focused on developing a strong culture and exceptional customer service. The program team and mentor network work together to accelerate growth and get startups to the next level.
Below are the 5 teams participating in The Mill’s third cohort:
- Art Crate is a personalized art curation service.
- EasyKeeper provides livestock producers a platform to record their every-day animal and operational data, which is then analyzed to identify actionable recommendations for improving resource production and performance.
- MentalHappy delivers fun and practical ways to nurture your inner self.
- The Renewal Workshop is creating a circular economy for the apparel industry.
- ThirstyThread helps fashion businesses succeed by providing critical market data on time, so they can better decide the right products for their shoppers.
Interested in getting involved in the fourth cohort? Applications are open!
“We are looking for 5 customer focused MVP-stage startups based anywhere in North America to join us in Las Vegas for our 12 week intensive program,” shared Co-founder and CEO Sara Hill on AngelList. “We will look across industries but especially like social enterprise, ecommerce/retail innovation, platform or fragmented market innovation, B to SMB, healthy lifestyle innovation and hospitality. We help develop strong cultures, smart revenue models, effective marketing strategies, and meaningful customer relationships.”
“With each cohort, the bar gets set higher,” she added. “Are you ready to be part of TMC4? We are on the search for the next set of teams to start later this summer.”
Learn more about The Mill in this VegasTech.com interview with Sara Hill.