How this 15-Year-Old Incubator Reinvented Itself to Scale Southwest Ohio’s Entrepreneurs

Story excerpt provided by Cincy Inno.
Written by Courtney Gabrielson.

“We are the Mill. We help make amazing stuff. We help you kick ass,” the Hamilton Mill proudly proclaims on its homepage.

It’s that simple attitude that guides the Hamilton, Ohio-based incubator’s work, all the way back to 2002 when it was originally established. Currently, HM offers mentorship, office space, funding and other resources to accepted participants, and serves as a sort of hub for entrepreneurs between Dayton and Cincinnati.

However, the Hamilton Mill as it is today is the enterprises’ second iteration, said Antony Seppi, its community and economic development leader. For around 12 years, HM was known as Biztech. Although it was still an incubator, it was in “the valley of death,” as Seppi called it, with more of a focus on professional services as opposed to helping startups develop their ideas.

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Originally published January 8, 2018.

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