We are motivated by the recent application of computational creativity in the culinary domain. Given the increasing commercial importance of data-driven computation, we explore and provide unified framework in three new domains to which computational creativity can be applied and yield business value. The three domains are travel, fashion, and science. Reflecting on the framework characterization, we identified two properties common across these domains, related to the creative space and codified domain knowledge. We believe that these properties may have value as sufficient, but not necessary, conditions to identify domains suitable for industrializing computational creativity. We are working towards finding tight properties common across different domains as well as ones that exclude domains.