Students learned how to rapidly prototype a global brand and heard lessons on starting your own business in Hungary during the third and final day of the Budapest immersion.
Day Two of the Budapest immersion focused on the art of working globally, as well as Eastern European health care systems, and corruption in Central Eastern Europe.
Day three of the Detroit immersion included the semi-final and final consulting track presentations and a closing speech from the new CEO of Shinola, Tom Lewand.
Day two of the Detroit immersion included two urban development classes led by professors Emil Malizia and Jim Johnson as well as a visit to the Henry Ford Museum.
Day one of the Detroit immersion included an innovation and entrepreneur tour of "Motor City" and a tour of Ford Field — home of the Detroit Lions — for dinner and a tour of the football stadium.