As a young boy, Jason Hope did not know what he would be known for when he grows up. Today, Jason Hope is one of the internet entrepreneurs and philanthropists that the world has come to have. Although Jason Hope has slowly started developing an interest in politics, he is seeking to change how people live. In his famous saying, Jason says that all he wants for his fellow beings is to see them live longer healthier lives.
“We all want to live longer, better and healthier lives. This is not an easy thing to achieve but it isn’t impossible. We can. But to achieve this, we need to change our approaches to medication. Sometimes, it is not all about treating the problem, but preventing the problem from occurring,” Jason says.
When it comes to technology, Jason Hope’s interest is in how he can use the internet to empower other people. Jason centers in developing desktop programs, gaming software, mobile apps, and many other devices whose aim is to enhance connectivity and the use of the internet. This, in turn, improves certain human conditions and makes others to enjoy life. Jason is a futurist. He looks for new ways to improve the life of those that are living. To achieve this, he uses the resources at his disposal.
In investment opportunities, Jason works towards starting what looks to many people complicated. He says that to him, he looks at what people have avoided and makes it workable. He, however, agrees that starting an idea from the scratch is one of the hardest things to an entrepreneur. In doing this, Jason has helped many people, young and old alike to start and run successful businesses.
Jason Hope understands that there are those with good ideas but do not have the capacity to start off or even to move to the next step. Because he understands, he gives grants. Recently, Jason Hope, the Arizona State University Finance Degree holder gave a donation of $500, 000 to SENS Foundation. The money is to help this California–based non-profit organization conduct its rejuvenation biotechnologies research that is aimed at identifying possible amicable approaches on age-related complications.
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