Jason Hope Leads the Technology Charge in All Aspects of Life

The Internet of Things (IOT) is all the rage these days, and rightfully so. The possibilities that it can bring to our ever-busy lives are endless. According to entrepreneur Jason Hope, the Internet of Things can help us become more efficient by creating less waste in our lives. This will in turn help our environment, not only in urban areas but also in rural areas, by aiding traffic flow, reducing pollution, and shortening emergency response times. These things are just a few of the infinite amount of improvements that the Internet of Things can have on our everyday lives and more information click here.

Jason Hope fashions himself as a futurist, always looking forward and he is no stranger to innovation. He holds a Bachelors in Finance from Arizona State University and an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. He has numerous businesses that specialize in mobile technology and operates many philanthropic endeavors. He not only talks a big game but Jason puts his money where his mouth is. In 2010, he donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation. The SENS Foundation is California non-profit whose goal is develop technologies that will assist and help prevent and cure age-related diseases.

Jason believes in technology and the good things that it can be to all of our lives. He is always searching for new technologies that can assist in making our lives easier and healthier. He pledges time, money, and energy in the advancement of our society as it becomes increasingly technology driven. A futurist, entrepreneur and investor, Jason Hope will continue to push the envelope when it comes to such advancements. He has volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club, Andre Agassi Foundation, Worldwide Orphans Foundation, and the Arizona Science Center, just to name a few. His volunteerism, combined with his business and technology sense make Jason a true leader into the future and more information and learn more about Jason.

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