Jason Hope Believes in Philanthropy

Jason Hope EntrepreneurJason Hope is an Internet entrepreneur that believes in philanthropy. In 2010, he donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation for research on fighting age related disease. This organization does research on rejuvenating bio-technologies for illness that affect older people. The organization’s doctor Dr. Audbery de Grey’s does research on heart disease, diabetes,and Alzheimer’s disease.

Jason believes that we need to create a new biotech industry and creating SENS fit into that plan. They do public research and outreach in the field rejuvenation bio-technologies. His contribution was to used for research on several different diseases and projects the organization was working on.

This past year in 2016 Jason gave the SENS Foundation a larger donation for research and startups. They organization also receives funding from individual donors, and foundations. They currently hope to raise $50 million with their Project 21 campaign.

In 2015 SENS researchers discovered a key molecule involved in diabetes inflammation and human aging. This helps researchers study the role it plays in human health and finds way to stop or reverse its formation. Jason Hope wants consumers to know that the research is about living a better quality life not living forever.

He likes to support their research to find cures for diseases that cause old age. They try to find ways to prevent the disease from developing. Jason Hope has worked and donated to the Boy’s and Girls Club, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s, Family Health International,The World’s Health Organization,and many other organizations.

Jason Hope received a degree in finance from Arizona State University and an MBA from the W.P Carey School of Business at Arizona State. He has worked in technology in research and development.

Jason has developed mobile applications, desktop software, gaming software, and devices that connect people to each other and uses technology to improve the human condition. He continues to do so and has a bright future.

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Securus Giving Families More Options For Communication

It is insane to listen to the detractors of the latest Securus Technologies innovation. Securus is this telecommunications company that provides telecommunications services to prisons and jails around the country. That means they operate those telephones hanging on the walls of the prison, as well as other telecommunication services such as the new video visitation.


Somehow, opponents of the new video visitation technology say that families are being forced to use it. That is simply not true. Families are never forced to use a telecommunications service that they do not want to use. They are simply choosing to use this new technology in order to communicate with their inmate on the inside of the prison. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why.


Visiting a prison can be an uncomfortable and intimidating process. Prisons are not known for being the most beautiful buildings in the world. These dreary, drab and uncomfortable places can put even the most intrepid visitor at unease. Visiting a prison also requires a security check. These security checks can be fairly invasive and could make anybody feel uncomfortable. And on top of all of this, you are likely to wait a long time before visiting with your inmate.


Video visitation technology is instant. Securus makes using the technology as simple as possible. A friend or family member of an inmate can set up an account at the website of Securus. Once an account has been set up. The user can simply request a time for a video chat. The user then gets instant notification when the chat is approved. Then the user logs back into the website at the appropriate time to initiate the video visit. There are no long drives, embarrassing security checks or long waits injury buildings. Video visitation sounds like an alluring alternative.


Marketing To Females With Influencer Marketing: Evolution of Smooth

EOS lip balms have not become a success by accident. Although the startup succeeded in an unlikely place it was not because of unlikely circumstances that they succeeded. Nobody at the time was taking advantage of the lack of creativity and innovation in the lip balm aisle. Though the area was not being taken advantage of, it was dominated by long time and big name brands in the business with Phyzer and Clorox owning companies like Burt’s Bees, Blistex and Chapstick.

Sanjiv Mehra, Jonathan Teller, and Craig Dubitsky together had backgrounds in small startups and brand packaging. When they took on this category they used their combined expertise to create a brand easily recognizable today just by it’s appearance. Although unassuming, the spherical shape is basic, it was a huge success with females. Easy to fit in the palm, twist open, apply with the mouth conforming shape, and twist shut with a soft click. The balms were fun to apply multiple times a day, they were easy to grab and didn’t get lost in the purse, and they looked great. Looking at the pods in the Target stores it was easy to imagine one sitting on the makeup counter and looking great instead of an uninspired looking tube of Chap Stick.

Females gravitated to this product and it was then that the brand decided to use influencer marketing to advertise to them more heavily. Female watchers enjoying their favorite Facebook and YouTube beauty reviewer found these products on those channels, and suddenly found them popping up in the newest and hippest music videos. Stars the females had grown up with like Britney Spears, and some that were newer to the game but just as popular like Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus began showing off these products in their videos like props. EOS lip balm products are sold on Target stores and can also be bought online thru Ulta or via http://www.ebay.com/bhp/eos-lip-balm.


Chris Burch’s View On The Relationship Between Technology And Fashion

Fashion and technology are seasonal. In these industries, innovation is swift. Over three centuries ago, fashion and technology were moving at a slow pace. It was hard for any significant changes to happen over an individual’s lifetime. However, the industrial revolution in Europe suddenly changed this perspective. Since then, technology and fashion have been having a positive correlation with one changing the other and vice versa. This bond is growing stronger with the passage of time.

One good example of how strong the two sectors are intertwined is the relationship between music systems and fashion. In the 70s, the introduction of boom box created a new trend. Young people were seen walking around the neighborhoods with their music systems as they listened to music from either the two cassette decks or radio stations. Emergence of the dual cassette decks helped people to record music or rewind their tapes. Boom boxes made several appearances in both music videos and movies. However, the quick advancement of technology made the systems obsolete, as Sony introduced the more popular Walkman in the early 90s. Just like its predecessors, the Walkman was soon replaced by iPods. Today, iPods are no longer fashionable as people are majorly using their smartphones because they are a portable source of music.

Apart from influencing each other, some fashion designers are working towards the synthesis of fashion and technology. For instance, Anou Wipprecht is famed for designing self-painting dresses. These designs raise the standards of innovation and functionalities in the fashion sector.

Fashion designers are also using technology to protect both humans and the environment. Products such as the Airbag for Cyclists, designed by Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin, will help to protect humans from dangers associated with riding a bike. This innovative device employs the technology used in airbags to create a wearable around the neck that can inflate in milliseconds and cover the head of the cyclist when he or she is involved in an accident. Segra Segra is making t-shirts and jackets from recycled bicycle inner tubes.

About Chris Burch

Chris Burch is a renowned entrepreneur and fashion icon. His entrepreneurship skills have helped dozens of companies to grow and establish themselves in various fields. One of his well-known companies is Burch Creative Capital, a firm that invests in upcoming businesses. The corporation has a broad brand portfolio, which includes Poppin, Cocoon9, Nihiwatu and ED by Ellen DeGeneres. Chris has also made investments in the lucrative real estate sector.

Burch is an iconic fashion writer. His articles, such as ‘Tech Fashion Trends of the Future,‘ have been read by millions of people. Burch is also involved in charity work, through his J. Christopher-Burch Award for Humanism in Medicine. His career started while undertaking his undergraduate studies at the Ithaca College. He and his brother established Eagles Eye apparel. The company’s assets grew to $ 165 million. Eventually, they sold the firm.

Lovaganza Hopes A World Fair Theme Will Promote Cultural Understanding

At a time when the majority of people are concerned about the racially charged rhetoric of politicians and political groups in various parts of the world the work of the Lovaganza Foundation has never seemed more important. In the buildup to a global event in 2020 that will promote cultural acceptance and understanding the foundation is hoping to promote many of the same ideals through its much anticipated “Lovaganza Convoy” that will be made up of a trilogy of films created by the acclaimed J.F. Gagnon.

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The initial trilogy of films could later be expanded to include up to nine trilogies in the grand plan of Gagnon and his fellow Lovaganza creative minds who are hoping to change the lives of millions of people through the success of the films; Lovaganza hopes to develop a successful media presence that will use any profits made to back existing programs in developing nations to provide clean water, education, and promote peace. The films in the trilogy have been made in various locations across the globe and use some of the best known technicians in the world and will begin with the “Follow Your Sunshine” installment. The initial movie of Lovaganza will begin the story of a journalist intrigued by a traveling show passing through his part of the world who will also cross paths with a former priest who believes he has uncovered the secret to eternal happiness.

There is a lot to admire in the work of the Lovaganza foundation that will reach its initial culmination in the global event of 2020 that will bring people from across the world together. The 2020 event will offer more than just a movie going experience as the three films from the “Convoy” trilogy will be shown on a 360 degree wraparound screen using the latest 3D technology. Lovaganza also hope to bring a number of exhibits to the eight locations of the event across the planet using interactive technology to allow each visitor to explore any culture they wish. Lovaganza’s creative head J.F. Gagnon will also provide live dancers and performances that it is hoped will show the similarities each global culture has with the others.

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