A Look At Scottsdale, Arizona Entrepreneur Jason Hope

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Who Is Jason Hope?

Jason Hope is an entrepreneur, technology investor, tech writer, futurist and philanthropist. He currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Mr. Hope’s hometown is Tempe, Arizona, a town outside of Phoenix. He not only grew up and completed school there, but also went to college at the University of Arizona campus based there. Jason holds a bachelors degree in finance and a masters degree in business administration from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

What Does Jason Hope Do?

Jason Hope works at Jason Hope Business Consulting. This is a business investment and technology consulting firm that Jason has created and that is based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. Hope provides advice on how inventors and entrepreneurs can find capital to help launch their products, ideas and businesses. He also directly invests in business ventures himself as well as offers guidance on how a business should proceed in its funding and growth.

One of Jason Hope’s passions is supporting charities and non-profits that seek to improve our lives and find cures for diseases through technology and innovative thinking. The SENS Foundation is one such group that Jason Hope adamantly supports. It looks at diseases such as Alzheimer’s, heart and lung disease from a different point of view than the mainstream. The SENS Foundation tries to focus on preventing the diseases from occurring and discovering the root causes. This is vastly different than the traditional wisdom of finding cures for symptoms which simply mask the disease but do not cure it.

Other charities that Jason Hope supports and donates to include the Arizona Science Center and Teach for America. Both of these organizations involve education. The Arizona Science Center teaches kids about science and technology and how it impacts their lives. Teach For America is a program that tries to recruit young teachers to teach in communities that are lacking in qualified and certified instructors at schools.