Jason Hope is a futurist, entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. He is located in Scottsdale, Arizona and he has passion for giving back to society and technology. He is a senior executive with vast experience in banking, risk and regulation, and board level strategies. Within the 20 years he has been in the banking industry, Hope has gained a lot of experience in global investment banking, business development, regulatory compliance initiatives and market and regulatory environments issues.
Internet of Things
Mr. Hope has been for long researching and writing about the Internet of Things. Being a skilled futurist, Hope uses his knowledge to watch the industry and make predictions about the direction in which technology is heading. He believes that the power of Internet of Things (IOT) would be an essential player in the future societies and only business looking to capitalize on technology would prosper in the future.
Jason Hope has predicted some aspects of the future of the Internet of Things. He believes that although the Internet of Things is not popular now, it will soon become a Household Name because soon households would get connected to the Internet. Furthermore, Hope believes that businesses will have more data available and will utilize it more efficiently. He also predicts an increase in the use of printed electronic and more adoption of Internet of Things by the healthcare and manufacturing industries.
Relationship with SENs Research Foundation
Over the last couple of years, Internet entrepreneur Jason Hope has donated over $ 500,000 to the SENs foundation’s research of Rejuvenation Biotechnologies. Being committed to fighting age-related diseases, Hope wishes to have a community where rejuvenation biotechnologies are available to all Americans.
About Jason Hope
Hope is an internet entrepreneur with the passion for philanthropy mainly focusing on education, disease cure, research in biotechnology and disease treatment. He is a great supporter of local educational programs and organizations that play significant roles in disease prevention, control, and treatment. He grew up in Tempe and holds a Bachelor’s degree in finance from Arizona State University. He also holds an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business.
Alongside his philanthropy and business initiatives, he also has strong interests in politics related to business with Arizona and the entire nation. Currently, he is working as the Global head of group Operational Risk Management Change with the Deutsche Bank. Moreover, he has earned a lot of experience while working as the managing director of several departments of UBS investment bank.