Start Up Weekend at Detroit's Madison Building

More than 100 attendees participated in Start Up Weekend on Feb. 17-19 at the Madison Building in Detroit. Following Pitch Fire, where attendees offered business ideas, project teams took the ideas from concept to reality. Photos by Patrick Gloria.


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