“eSpace serves as the liaison among industry, government and academia to develop aerospace into a more agile, entrepreneurial industry,” said Diane Dimeff, executive director for eSpace. “The success of the eSpace Incubator and its programs demonstrates the growing interest in space entrepreneurship and an investment in the industry’s workforce. Studies show that in the next 10 years, we’ll lose 50 percent of our workforce to retirements, and we’re committed to revitalizing the workforce that will bring our space entrepreneurs’ visions to life.”

Source – https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110202005419/en/eSpace-Seeks-Entrepreneurial-Space-Companies-Incubator-Program