a blog for entrepreneurs & startups
The Mill's Code School kicked off its second cohort on Monday, May 10, and we couldn't be more excited! This cohort is focusing on IT administration, and enrollment was free for qualified Hoosiers who had not yet earned a higher ed degree. Participants will leave the...
Flywheel has made a $50,000 investment in beastcoast, a pro-gaming content network.
Unlike other accelerators, gBETA doesn’t require startups to pay fees or trade equity to participate. Entry to the program is competitive.
ProBook Sport streamlines sports team management, allowing coaches to track and foster athlete development while building team culture.
“Volunteering is such a great way to show love and kindness. And being able to promote that and encourage that in your community, within people, that’s something that I can definitely get behind.”
We are excited to expand the programming for The Mill Code School to include IT Administrator. Participants will earn industry-recognized certifications and get access to high-paying jobs in high demand.
Who’s Writing This Blog for entrepreneurs and startups?
The Mill is the heart of Bloomington’s startup ecosystem and its largest coworking space. As a nonprofit, we rely on membership fees and event space rentals, and on some very generous sponsors, too. Most importantly, we are entrepreneurs leading entrepreneurs!
The Mill provides access to a community of peers and mentors. In addition, we offer programs to turn innovative ideas and technologies into business concepts, as well as capacity-building resources, and access to startup capital.
Hundreds of members and dozens of companies call our beautiful coworking space home. Our diverse members include techies, solopreneurs and small companies,, for example, as well as freelancers, creatives, and remote workers. You can join for the coworking amenities, or join for the entrepreneurial support. We’re always energized by the great people we meet at The Mill!