Some nice incentives to use nodejs. Its good to see them trying to branch out to the corporate field but for a primarily open source curated product this might just be a last ditch attempt to stop the community from creating applications for io.js rather than nodejs.
Joyent officially remains optimistic that IO contributors will eventually return to the fork’s master branch. But it's not taking any chances that IO might start catching fire. Its latest strategy: Set up a startup incubator with major benefits for developers who stick to using Node. The company's Node.js Incubator Program is designed for companies, startups, and individuals doing interesting things with Node. Members will receive Joyent’s training and support, $25,000 worth of services in Joyent Cloud Hosting, tools and debugging, access to Node project leader Timothy J Fontaine, plus marketing and networking opportunities.