Jason Hope was the subject of an article on Engadget recently. In the article, author Jesse Boskoff outlines Hope’s “hardline stance” on the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things refers to the growing number of devices that have Internet access.
In Hope’s mind, this connectivity benefits society in numerous ways. Boskoff specifically points out Hope’s belief that the Internet of Things reduces waste and makes society safer.
Jason Hope’s role as an entrepreneur and futurist benefits many members of the business community. Hope provides services as a business consultant and has written numerous articles on how the Internet of Things can help businesses succeed. He offers a fresh perspective that can help any business succeed in our contemporary environment. Hope’s consulting is bolstered by his impressive credentials including a bachelor’s in finance and a masters in business administration, both from Arizona State University.
Hope is not simply a consultant. Hope also has an extensive history of philanthropy including support for specific organizations and individuals. Hope offers grants for people that can present a compelling vision and idea that pushes the boundaries of existing technology and business. Likewise, Hope supports innovative organizations such as the SENS Foundation, a pioneer in the fight against age-related illness. Hope has pledged $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, an indicator of his commitment to bring humanity into the future.