Technology is an unstoppable force that needs to be reckoned with. It continues growing with time and will be everywhere before we know it. Jason hope is an entrepreneur, futurist, and philanthropist who is on the pulse of technology. His enthusiasm really shows and has written extensively about it. This includes a book in true digital form, an ebook called “Understand the Internet of Things Revolution.”
The Internet of Things sounds like a funny term, but is innovation at its best. It is also referred to as smart devices. To break it down, it’s technology devices that are connected to the internet and each other. The Internet of Things has already been implemented into society including the ever-popular smart phone. Then there’s the voice activated assistant via technology that can play songs, answer questions, and so much more. This is only the beginning of the Internet of Things because it’s going to take over the world. Jason Hope sees the possibilities of this advanced technology and is a avid supporter of it. He has a thriving company called Mobile Technology. It helps him explore his interests when it comes to philanthropy, investing in tech companies, and so much more. Jason Hope was born and raised in Tempe, Arizona. He now lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where his business is booming.
The Arizona native did not travel out of his home state to attend college, but stayed put to get his degree. Jason Hope earned a Master’s degree and Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Arizona. For his Master’s, Hope attended the W. P. Carey School of Business, which is based at the same school. Jason plays an active role in his community, helping others flourish. He is the director at the Arizona Science Center and mentors high school students. The other subject he is very passionate about is the anti-aging industry. New technology and treatments are being created in the modern day to extend people’s lives without falling ill to disease or other age-related problems. Jason Hope has donated to such causes to further research. This includes donating to his favorite organization, The SENS Foundation.