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Participate in Northeast Indiana’s First Creative Census

December 26, 2014

Editor’s note: Here’s another survey, a Creative Census, Wunderkammer’s Dan Swartz.  If you are employed in a creative business, defined below, your input is especially valuable.  Please help the ’07 stay in the lead for the number of respondents. — Steve McCord

Please help Wunderkammer Company complete Creative Census, the first study of Northeast Indiana’s creative economy! This project has been generously funded by the Knight Foundation Fund and supported by multiple media outlets and creative businesses, but ultimately we are need of grassroots support to make contact with all of the creative economy employees in our region.
This is where you come in.  We have identified you as a key connector within the community at large and/or your neighborhood, and we need your help to find others near you that fit with the constraints of the creative economy (see list here). Please spread our survey to all people that fit those descriptions.  Our survey can be found at bit.ly/creativecensus.
We are mapping individual survey responses by zip code and neighborhood.
Currently, the following zip codes (in descending order) are leading the pack: 
-46807
-46805
-46802
-46804
-46825
-46835
-46808
However, the number of creative economy employees within each zip code are very close!  We will be closing out the data collection portion of Creative Census on January 31st, 2015 and the three zip codes with the largest numbers of creative employees will be highlighted and included in the next steps of Creative Census, including a Creative Placemaking Study (Spring 2015), and an Implementation Phase for these studies (Summer 2015).   This significant investment into the neighborhoods in these top three zip codes is not something that your area will want to miss out on. Please help us spread the word!
Take care,
-Dan Swartz
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