Detroit Sept. 17, 2013
"Turbo Charging Detroit's Techonomy," with (from left) David Kirkpatrick, Jack Dorsey, Scott Moloney, Catherine Kelly, Alex Southern (all photos by Asa Mathat)
Opening reception, hosted by GM, on the Detroit Opera House rooftop
Speakers gather for a pre-event dinner at Cliff Bell's restaurant in downtown Detroit.
David Kirkpatrick kicks off the proceedings.
"Everybody's Starting Something," with Jocelyn Benson (l) and Josh Linkner
"Education 2.0 for Americans 2.0," with (from left) David Kirkpatrick, Marlin Page, and Tae Yoo
"Where Are the Jobs?" with (from left) Susan Lund, Joel D. Tauber, Carol Williams, and Felix Ortiz
David Kirkpatrick watches from a packed house.
"City Re-Vision: Towards a Techonomic Detroit," with Bruce J. Katz
"What Makes a City Great?" with Patrick Finn
David Kirkpatrick (l) and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder
"Keeping the U.S. Competitive in a Hyper-Connected World," with David Kirkpatrick (l) and Nilmini Rubin
"City Re-Vision: Towards a Techonomic Detroit," with (from left) Edward Luce, Dan Gilbert, and Bruce J. Katz
Ford showcased several of its newest vehicles.
The Recharge Lounge, hosted by Michigan Media Solutions
Techonomy's Tim Charters and Cisco's Tae Yoo
Lunch in the McGregor Memorial Center sculpture garden
"The 5 Undeniable Truths of Changing Human Behavior," with Keith Ferrazzi
"Business and the Economy in an Internet + Everything World," with Emily Chang
"Business and the Economy in an Internet + Everything World," with Michael Mandel
"Civic Startups: Engage and Improve," with (from left) Nick Bowden, Zachary Karabell, Stephen Walter, and Jerry Paffendor
"The Push for the Prize," with Jean Case
"Can the Maker Movement Re-Make America?" with Chad Dickerson
"Can the Maker Movement Remake America?" with Marleen Vogelaar (l) and K. Venkatesh Prasad
"A New Age of Manufacturing," with Zachary Karabell (l) and Rodney Brooks
"Turbo Charging Detroit's Techonomy," with Jack Dorsey
Closing Reception, hosted by Quicken Loans
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