Jason Hope is a globally acclaimed investor adept at predicting the success of products and services offered through new technology. Along with a personal appreciation for devices and applications that help us manage our time and track our productivity, he’s excited about technology’s potential to fully manage our homes from breakfast to lights out. He refers to this large scale intersection of daily life with digitized technology as the Internet of Things (IoT), and encourages all interested to join his free forum, IOTCOUNCIL Membership.
He highlights technology such as remote temperature control of the home, smart footwear that helps you know how well you’re improving in your cardio quests, digitized medicine delivery that attaches to our bodies as needed, global networking and exchange of ideas, etc. As Jason explains, the growth of the Internet of Things is limitless.
Jason Hope is also known for passionately participating in and/or helping to finance ideas and institutions that he finds promising and especially aligned to improving technology and health. He explains how sometimes even a $500 USD grant is enough to position a fellow entrepreneur toward forward momentum for their objectives. Recently, he graciously donated $500,000 USD to the cutting-edge SENS Foundation, a research and development institute aiming to reverse diseases associated with aging. Jason is also a regular, generous contributor to The Andre Agassi Foundation, the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, the International Foundation for Education and Self Help, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, Family Health International and many others.
Jason Hope started his successful T-shirt company in February of 2008. With its headquarters in Arizona, he points out how technology allows him to easily attain the global reach that permits exponential profits today for infinitesimal costs of yesterday. The company has proven beneficial to the local economy. Jason maintains an attitude of faith toward all of his endeavors. He advocates focusing on one business objective at a time, keeping one’s attention on the macro level of things instead of worrying about small-scale concerns. To muster continued success, he offers entrepreneurs three advisements, 1/ build bridges in relationships, 2/ learn ecommerce and 3/ dream big only if you’re keen on taking relevant action.
Jason Hope earned his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University (ASU). He majored in finance and received his Baccalaureate of Sciences degree. He remained with his alma mater and attained his Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) degree from its W. P. Carey School of Business. He has his eyes set on political designs.
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