Entrepreneur, business adviser, noted philanthropist, and avid futurist Jason Hope has a good idea of what to expect in the next few decades, and he would like to share that knowledge with the world. On February 14th, 2018 the graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business released a new e book titled, “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A Quick Guide to Thriving in the IoT Era”. Through the guide Hope breaks down what to expect in the near future, and his perspective of where society is headed.Hope has been huge supporter of innovative scientific research, especially in the field of biotechnology. For years, he has embraced the idea of reversing or slowing down the aging process.
A significant portion of his e book focuses on anti-aging.According to Hope’s vision,, debilitating diseases caused by the aging process, high-blood pressure, osteoporosis, cancer, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s, will be rendered obsolete by anti-aging treatment. A spokesperson and advocate for the SENS foundation, Hope has supported their research into anti-aging for years. In 2010 he donated half a million dollars to the foundation, allowing it build a lab dedicated to stopping artery-cell proteins from combining leading to high blood pressure. His e book is not the first time Jason Hope has published articles on the subject.
Starting out by founding a mobile communications business right out of college, Hope’s knack for business garnered him much renown. Currently he is an internationally recognized professional in all type of business. His knowledge and insight are sought after in many occasions. Jason Hope is also a generous philanthropist who gives back to the community around him. A native to Arizona Hope invests in start-ups, creates grants college entrepreneurs, and also teaches business classes for high schools. His insight into future is as reliable as his business sense. He has also published numerous articles on the Internet of Things and how it will impact life and business of the future.
Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur, technologist, published author, columnist and a philanthropist. He has raised huge amounts of money to enhance operations in various companies, including US Interactive, Digital Evolution, Akana, Media Platform, ServiceMesh, Desktone, and the Enterprise Leadership Council. Eric Pulier has also invested in charitable organizations and venture capital funds such as Trident Capital, Monitor Ventures, and eCompanies. He has actively invested in multiple start-ups in the fields of technology and media. Most of these firms have gone on to be successful. He is a member of the board of the Painted Turtle, a summer camp that supports children with chronic diseases.
Pulier started programming computers in fourth grade. By the time he was getting to high school, he had already established his own database computer company. Eric enrolled at the prestigious Harvard University. He served as an editor for The Harvard Crimson weekly, and was the author of PulierLeg, a weekly column on The Harvard Crimson. Pulier’s boundless career saw him get involved with the government where he was chosen to conceive and run the “Bridge to the 21st Century” event for Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s 2nd inauguration. Pulier displayed the effects of the exponential technologies on people’s lives in the near future. In addition, he organized an unprecedented display of the live event from the space shuttle. This situation made him famous. Eric was featured on news stations all over America. He was appointed by Morley Winograd, the chief domestic policy advisor of the president, to the board of the Center for Telecommunications Management at the USC Marshall School.
Eric Pulier actively contributes to philanthropic initiatives in the community, especially endeavors that focus on technology. Some of the initiatives that he has been involved with are the US Doctors for Africa, Clinton Global Initiative, and the ACE Foundation. XPRIZE foundation is one of Pulier’s most successful start-ups. The non-profit organization aims to encourage technological development that benefits mankind through organized public competitions. He designed Starbright World, Starlight Foundation’s project to support children with chronic illness. He developed this project from concept to production. Eric is the co-author of Understanding Enterprise SOA, and The Enterprise Industrial Complex.