Creative Census

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THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR HELP AND TIME. THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS YEAR.


The Creative Industries have been identified as a strategic priority sector with growth potential in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. These study’s findings will enable the LEP and Cornwall Council to create a data and evidence base to better understand the sector – its barriers to business growth, its potential opportunities and practical ways in which they can focus support for the sector going forward.


Please would you be able to help by answering a few questions? This should take less than 20 minutes.

Your participation is really important to us in creating a true picture of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly's creative industries. We hope this will result in direct benefit to creative self-employed/businesses/organisations such as yours.


The information you provide will be seen by the Cornwall Council's Culture and Creative Economy team and the LEP research project team. This will not be passed on to any 3rd parties.


With many thanks,

The Culture and Creative Economy team - Cornwall Council

THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR HELP AND TIME. THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS YEAR.


The Creative Industries have been identified as a strategic priority sector with growth potential in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. These study’s findings will enable the LEP and Cornwall Council to create a data and evidence base to better understand the sector – its barriers to business growth, its potential opportunities and practical ways in which they can focus support for the sector going forward.


Please would you be able to help by answering a few questions? This should take less than 20 minutes.

Your participation is really important to us in creating a true picture of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly's creative industries. We hope this will result in direct benefit to creative self-employed/businesses/organisations such as yours.


The information you provide will be seen by the Cornwall Council's Culture and Creative Economy team and the LEP research project team. This will not be passed on to any 3rd parties.


With many thanks,

The Culture and Creative Economy team - Cornwall Council

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    THE SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED. Thanks a lot for your help!


    The Creative Industries have been identified as a strategic priority sector with growth potential in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. These study’s findings will enable the LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership) and Cornwall Council to create a data and evidence base to better understand the sector – its barriers to business growth, its potential opportunities - and practical ways in which they can focus support for the sector going forward. This Creative Census will also inform our UK City of Culture bid. 


    Everyone working in the creative industries is encouraged to take part in this survey. This includes freelancers, not-for-profit organisations and other businesses based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. If you work part-time or have another job alongside your creative activity, you are also encouraged to fill out this survey. 

    This should take about 20 minutes. 

    Your participation is really important to us in creating a true picture of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly's creative industries. We hope this will result in direct benefit to creative self-employed, businesses or organisations such as yours. 


    The information you provide will be seen by Cornwall Council's Culture and Creative Economy team and the LEP research project team. This will not be passed on to any 3rd parties. This survey will close on the 24th January.


    With many thanks,

    The Culture and Creative Economy team - Cornwall Council

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    TIPS: 

    -We are using the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) categories to ask you about your subsector. This will allow us to compare Cornwall with other areas in the UK and ensures our report can feed into national policy. We appreciate it might be difficult for some of you to find the right category to define your activities. Try your best and we will do what we can on our side to show the diversity of your creative activities in our report.

    -If you are struggling to answer a question, please do not give up and move on to the next one. It is important that you try to answer as many questions as possible in order for our data to be as accurate as possible. We want your voice to be heard! Thank you for your help.

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