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Things to Note:
- The Creative Industries research uses Dun & Bradstreet data to document the number of arts-related businesses and employees in any geographical region or political jurisdiction. We have found a uniform under-representation of nonprofit arts organizations in the Dun & Bradstreet database, and consequently, in our data. If you don't have a D&B number, then you are not represented in the data. Do you part to help advance the arts in America - Sign up and Be Counted!
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