More than 20 U-M startups compete in Michigan Business Challenge

In January, U-M students pitched business ideas – ranging from digital facial prosthetics to a space weather forecaster — to a panel of entrepreneurs and investors in hopes of winning seed money to launch their ventures.

In all, 16 teams competed in the second round of the Michigan Business Challenge, a startup competition hosted by the Zell Lurie Institute at the U-M Stephen R. Ross School of Business. The teams are made up of enterprising students from across U-M.

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