Breckenridge Startup Weekend took place over the weekend at Elevate Breck at Main Street Station.  The weekend consisted of “54 hours of planning and strategizing new business ideas.”  This included pitch competitions, workshops, and networking opportunities for attendees.

For the pitching competition, each contestant had 60 seconds or less to showcase their business idea, which was followed by rounds of feedback from the judges and audience.

Rocky Mountain Patent founder Jeff Schell participated as a judge for the startups who pitched their ideas.

The winner of the competition was Tiny Pine Homes, a company that specializes in creating micro-homes that are environmentally friendly and cost effective.