Survey of Southern Indiana Entrepreneurs Now Open
LOOGOOTEE - A study to establish a network of entrepreneurial centers in southwest Indiana, announced last year by Radius Indiana, has officially opened. The organization is asking local businesses and entrepreneurs to fill out a short online survey about the need for services and facilities that could help the local economy grow.
The survey is part of the next phase of the Southwest Indiana Technology and Collaboration Hub Network or "SWITCH" Network Feasibility Study being conducted by Radius Indiana and the Southern Indiana Development Commission.
The organizations say they have contracted with a team of consultants who are carrying out the SWITCH study, which will analyze the need for co-working spaces, maker spaces, incubators, and programming to support entrepreneurs and small businesses in the region.
To view the survey, click here.