The model that certainly is prevalent in our industry is encouraging as many companies as you can, particularly through partnerships, whether it be through incubators or accelerators, and helping companies work through the skills they need to progress beyond their engineering innovation, their business skills or their marketing skills. It's really to create a dynamic community of businesses, recognizing that there will be successes but there will be many more failures.
The real lesson learned from that process is that a failure is not a hard stop. The entire process builds a community of support for the entrepreneur and their employees that they can then use to take the lessons learned and build upon them. That's how you grow a community of interest into an industry. Jobs then follow that as well.