It's a good question because we have different criteria. In our learning zones, the principal criterion is student learning opportunity. So whether they succeed, fail, or make a lot of money or not, we run a program that's funded by the province called Summer Company. They get $3,000 to start a business in the summer. As long as they go through the process, they're fine and we give them the money, and that's because of the learning opportunity.
When we get into, for example, our accelerator-incubator for digital technology and gaming, which is funded through CAIP, the criteria are job creation and successful businesses. The criteria there are really applied by external business people working with experts in the field, based on predicting if this is a good business that will create jobs.
It depends on which program and which part of the university. Some are education and some are jobs. In some cases, it's return on investment for the institution.