Jason Hope is a futurist, philanthropist, investor and entrepreneur who believes in giving back to his community. He is also passionate about many issues in society. Hope donates his time and money to helping other people realize their entrepreneurial goals.
Jason is an investor in startups. This provides the opportunity for people who have innovative ideas to grow and develop their strategies into successful business models. Jason is a graduate of Arizona State University. He achieved his master’s degree at the WP Carey School of Business. Jason launched his own mobile communications company. He has used his experience in business to make an impact on as many people as possible.
Jason Hope is very involved in the scientific process of the healthcare industry. His particular subject of focus is anti-aging. Jason donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation. The SENS Foundation is a collection of scientists who are studying the anti-aging process and developing procedures to combat the illnesses that attack the elderly. Scientists at the SENS Foundation give Jason Hope credit for helping them break through barriers that will lead to productive results.
Jason Hope is thoroughly convinced that the aging process can be altered by human intervention. He donates much of his money to organizations who are making the kind of discoveries that are needed to have success in this arena. Hope notes that there are common illnesses that affect people as they age. These are osteoporosis, arthritis, cancer and heart disease. Hope believes that the healthcare industry should focus on preventing these ailments as opposed to treating them once they are diagnosed.
Jason Hope has talked in depth about the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is a concept that states all devices of human creation will eventually work together at some point. Hope knows that there will be 770 billion dollars spent on the Internet of Things in the coming years. He is preparing to make his impact by developing IT Security and Block-chain Technology.
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