Jason Hope, an entrepreneur and an Internet of Things enthusiast passionately supports the backing of tech industries in Arizona by authorities. Being a tech savvy and having political interests, he blends well with the policies and development strategies of the state which seek to attract technology manufacturers to Arizona.
The fruits of his efforts are evident as Arizona’s tech industry is sprouting hundreds of thousands of lucrative jobs a few years after the state had an economic crisis. Arizona has assiduously been collaborating with the tech industry to appeal to IT entrepreneurs, IoT manufacturers, startups, and the biotech industry.
Arizona is renowned for its superior workforce, which takes the second position in the United States. The state awards entrepreneurs who develop solutions to real-world problems with $3 million each year in a development initiative known as the Arizona Innovation Challenge, and resume him.
On his part, Jason Hope encourages startups and prospective entrepreneurs by advocating for educational programs in Arizona, providing charitable support, and looking for new ideas. He is devoted to assisting business people and intelligent students to nurture their plans to become workable businesses. He guides and offers grants to them, and https://medium.com/@jasonhope.
High-tech companies throughout the United States recognize Arizona as a perfect ground for business development due to the support which leaders and high-profile investors like Jason offer. The state has vast tracts of land at affordable prices and has high standards of living, and Twitter.com.
The state has the highest job growth rate in America. It has 75 business incubators which promote the growth of startup ventures. The availability of co-working spaces mainly makes the state irresistible to startups and entrepreneurs.
— 360 OBJETS (@360_OBJETS) February 17, 2016
Five Arizona-based companies recently featured on Deloitte’s ranking of the leading tech companies in the United States. These firms were Nextiva, Lifelock, Inc., Ulthera, Inc., GPS Insight, and SiteLock. Some of the startups and corporate subsidiaries for tech firms in Arizona are Gainsight, Galvanize, Double-Dutch, JDA Software, Weebly, Apple, Kudelski Group, Grand Canyon University, and RJR Technologies, Inc.
About Jason Hope
Jason is an Internet of Things (IoT) expert, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and futurist. He is a finance graduate of the University of Arizona, where he got his MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business. Jason recently reaffirmed his philanthropy after donating half a million dollars to a nonprofit called the SENS Foundation, which focuses on research in rejuvenation biotechnologies for treatment of age-related diseases. Jason Hope lives in Scottsdale where he mentors many high school students.