Jason hope contributed much to the technology sector early in his career and continues to provide significant insights for young entrepreneurs, where he gives young entrepreneurs opportunities to start their businesses. He also has used the wealth he receives from his tech companies to further the advances of other startups, futurist solutions for humanity, and charitable works. Jason Hope’s philanthropist works have notably been recognized to his support of SENS foundation for anti-aging and living longer healthier lives, which he has contributed generously since 2010.
Jason Hope: Internet of Things
Jason Hope is passionate about helping the causes that will enhance and further the human race for centuries to come. One angle he takes on this topic is the internet of things (IoT) projects which are making significant advances throughout the world. The internet of things, as explained by him, is a way in which things are connected to the internet, but at the same time, advance the health and general well-being of others. One such example Hope has recently used is the FitBit, known as a small band a person wears on their arm, but at the same time, the FitBit is in turn connected to the internet via computer and accesses other information about the persons physical and mental rhythms giving a rounded analysis and recommendation for further ways to improve their health.
IoT More Recent Applications
This is a minimal example, but the critical point is the ability to connect home or personal technology to the full-range of internet operations and procedures. Some of the current extensions of IoT are companies gathering data in real-time from users at work, at home, or in transit, and sending the data to health facilities that collect this data and upgrades the system, which can be used to make others lives better. For example, a thousand surgical wards upload live data from surgical procedures and their outcomes in real-time, allowing surgeons around the world to make better choices. Jason Hope believes that IoT will become the next wave of the future in a short time between 2020. His predictions have been verified and acknowledged by thousands of technologists by significant studies and researches lately.
For the last two decades,
Kevin Plank has been instrumental in the sportswear business — both as an investor and as a designer.
In this period, he has not only created some of the best sporting pieces, but
he has also illustrated that research and commitment are critical in the world
of sportswear. Even though his company (Under Armour) has increased its
capacity to design and produce sporting pieces, the same principles remain; he
is still committed to ensuring that all the products from his company meet
quality thresholds. Thanks to this approach and belief system, Kevin Plank has
one of the best-performing companies in the competitive market.
In addition to creating
some of the best sporting equipment and pieces in this critical niche, Plank
has created employment opportunities for thousands of people. In a 2018 study
by an employment agency, Under Armour is among the few companies in the
sporting world to employ close to 15,000 people. Kevin Plank believes that his
company has more potential of creating more employment opportunities in the near future. In order to achieve this
goal, he believes that working with other industry players is vital, especially
in the distribution process. Through these partnerships, Plank believes that
his company will be influential in creating a competitive spirit in this
Kevin Plank also
understands that successful firms, such as his company, have an obligation to
change the lives of people outside the world of business. Even though providing
employment opportunities is vital in creating sustainable communities, Plank
believes that charity is irreplaceable. He, however, understands that
approaching charity as an executive is not a smart move but contributing to charity through a foundation
is a brilliant approach to charity. In two decades, Plank has contributed more
than $2 million. Thanks to this contribution, communities in Washington and the
surrounding communities have benefited.
Being ticketed for any reason can feel like a terrible injustice in the moment, especially when it’s an action that seems minor or everyday to you. An incoming text from a friend or a sudden call from family may seem like nothing more than a momentary distraction. However, everyday law enforcement officers, first responders, and attorneys have to see the real life damages that can result from taking your eyes off the road for “just a few seconds.”
After countless battles in the courtroom seeking just compensation for the victims of distracted driving incidents an Ohio based law firm, Kisling, Nestico, and Redick. launched their own campaign to confront this difficult issue in a new way.
KNR recently awarded a $5,000 scholarship to Elianna Norin, who penned the script to an eye catching public service announcement. Aimed specifically at teens and inexperienced younger drivers, the ad depicted a young driver intending to blindfolding themselves to the horror of their passenger. Short, clear, and to the point the ad engages the watcher with a comparison that is simultaneously direct and logical but also funny and engaging. Norin claimed her goal with the script was to interact with young drivers in a new way, rather than relying on threats or guilt to get the point across.
Norin plans to put her scholarship to use pursuing a degree for graphic design and animation at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Meanwhile KNR is already accepting submissions for it’s 2020 Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship, as well as operating several charitable initiatives in their hometown of Akron, Ohio.