Neil Mylet of LoadOut on How Farming and Founding a Startup Are Similar

March 20, 2012

2:00 pm

Neil Mylet is a rather atypical startup founder.  He was raised on a farm and continues to spend 8 hours a day farming in central Indiana.  Naturally, his startup, LoadOut, is agriculture-focused: their goal is to improve mobile adoption in farming.

During our SXSW #StartupLife Celebration on March 10, Mylet stopped by to talk about the startup community in Indiana, what keeps him going when the going gets tough, and how farming and building a startup are similar (yes, they are actually).

Watch the Neil Mylet video interview.

You can find more of this year’s coverage of the #StartupLife at SXSW here.

Editor’s Note: Thank you to Vitrue, a sponsor of our #Startuplife Celebration and Tech Cocktail’s special SXSW video series. Check out Vitrue’s live daily updates from SXSW!

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