Jason Hope is a businessman that has made it big in the technology industry. He is also a futurist with an excellent track record in philanthropy. Mr. Hope has over the years acquired significant work experience and uses his expertise to predict future of technology.
Jason Hopes educational background and philanthropy
Mr. Hope is among the first individuals to interpret and make predictions about the Internet of Things (IoT). He plays a significant role in the future of modern science. Mr. Hope is passionate about advancement in technology that has enabled devices to be connected to one another. He has a degree from the Arizona State University and a master’s degree from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Mr. Hope is a determined businessman who brings his ideas to life through building on them in the simplest way possible. Jason Hope fascinated by the latest trends in the Internet of Things, such as appliances that measure fitness and biometrics. Mr. Hope is the kind of businessman that enjoys investing in long-term ventures.
He also has a vested interest in philanthropy and seats on the board of the SENS Research Foundation. Mr. Hope is a firm believer that aging can be reversed by using drugs that work at the cellular level. He sees no need for premature death from medical conditions, such as diabetes and Alzheimer’s. For years, he has donated millions of dollars to the SENS Research Foundation to fund research activities aimed at development of anti-aging remedies. According to Mr. Hope, humanity has so much to explore and discover hence the need to extend life.
About Jason Hope
Mr. Hope encourages entrepreneurs to cease from hopping to all kinds of opportunities that present themselves but focus on completing a project before moving on to the next. He likes to network with other business owners to learn what other investors are doing to achieve success. Mr. Hope is organized and uses ANSA to manage his numerous projects. This application enables him to meet deadlines, organize tasks, and files. Mr. Hope enjoys reading and recommends people to read “The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies.”