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Jason Hope: The Futurist of Scottsdale

UPDATED May 10th, 2017 – Read Jason Hope’s latest article on how airlines are tapping into the internet of things to help improve the customer experience.

With an inquisitive mind and a passion for the future, Jason Hope has staked his claim as one of Scottsdale’s most interesting people. One of his chief concerns is to discover ways in which human beings can live longer, healthier lives. Specifically, Hope wants us to put more emphasis upon the ways in which we can prevent the illnesses that are causing humans to age and die before their time. The old adage that an “ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” definitely applies to his philosophy. This is why the SENS foundation has been one of the many groups that he has supported publicly.

As an Arizona native and ASU alumnus, Jason Hope believes in enriching and lifting up the area that has provided him with so much opportunity. With a commitment to philanthropy, Hope has defined himself as a businessman who truly cares about helping everyone in the world to attain a better quality of life. Time and time again, he has proven that he’s not content to just sit back and rake in revenue from his companies. Hope is a thoughtful philanthropist that truly researches the charities he supports, becoming involved and advocating for them. He also encourages other people to dig into their pockets and support the groups that they believe are making a difference in the world.

A true Renaissance man, Hope also strives to help others who are coming up with new and different ideas. Budding entrepreneurs are even encouraged to go on his website and submit a proposal for a grant. Awarding amounts between five hundred and five thousand dollars, Hope has proven that he is more than willing to put his money where his mouth is when it comes to innovation. In a world that is rapidly shifting and expanding, Jason Hope has exhibited a bold new way of innovating for the better.

Visit Jason Hope’s blog to read more of his thoughts.