Clink! Wins DCEDC Business Plan Contest

The owners of CLINK!, a new DIY craft studio in Ephraim, won the 17th annual Door County Entrepreneur Training Program business plan contest. The Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) and UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center commend CLINK! owners Mike Weber and Courtney Janson on their exceptionally written business plan, which scored 100/100 points. As the 2018 business plan contest winners, Janson and Weber received $1,000 in cash to use on business expenses.

“Courtney and Mike wrote an incredible, well-articulated, thorough plan,” said Paige Funkhouser, DCEDC economic development manager. “Due to their extensive research, strong analysis and professional presentation, Clink!’s plan received the highest scores from all judges.”

Clink! is a do-it-yourself studio, located at 10331 N. Water St., that provides the tools, materials and inspiration customers need to create their own one-of-a-kind crafts. Customers can select from a variety of textile, wood and home decor projects to complete at their own pace using step-by-step instructions.

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