Jason Hope and the SENS Foundation Focus on Anti-Aging Research.

by WilliamV .

As an entrepreneur in the tech field, Jason Hope knows that you must always be on the cutting edge of your industry in order to stay relevant. Perhaps that is why Hope calls himself a futurist, because he never stops looking ahead and beyond the next horizon. Well, in Hope’s efforts to stay ahead of schedule he has turned toward the medical research field and, more specifically, research being done to aid in helping to prevent diseases related to aging. Hope made headlines when he donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation in order to pursue their research relating to aging and now we’re going to see what else Hope has in store for the field.First, it stands to reason that we should get to know a little more about Hope first.

Hope is a devout philanthropist, entrepreneur, and futurist. He was born and raised in Arizona and he attended Arizona State University in order to score his MBA in finance. Hope has never been the kind of person to rest on his laurels and he quickly jumped into gear after graduation, moving into the mobile communications industry in order to found his first company — Jawa. After years of success with Jawa, Hope was able to transition into seeking out partnerships with bigger programs and this led him to find the SENS Foundation. The SENS Foundation is a non-profit that has been working extensively in order to help address some of the most prominent age-related illnesses in the world.

These diseases include diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Hope found the SENS Foundation to be particularly exciting thanks to the work being done by Dr. Aubrey De Grey. In fact, Hope went so far as to say that connecting with Dr. De Grey was one of the most exciting moments of his career. Hope, like Dr. De Grey, believes that addressing diseases before they strike is just as important as developing a cure for them and that is primarily what Hope’s donation will be used to address. As an entrepreneur, Hope is always looking for the next big thing. Many times, his work takes him to fields far away from what many would consider ‘necessity’ as they drift more toward luxury. However, this is not the case with Hope’s fascination with medical research. Hope and the SENS Foundation are setting themselves up to craft life saving solutions to problems that impact people around the world.

Larkin and Lacey Frontera Fund Helping Champion the First Amendment and Migrant Rights

by WilliamV .

Many different parts of the world are suffering from the significant humanitarian crisis, and the worst part is that even when the world has reached the twenty-first century, there are people and kids dying of hunger.

The cases of human rights violations have been on the rise across the globe, and it is what indicates that a lot needs to be done for the progress of the world as a whole. Thanks to the hundreds and thousands of human rights organizations from across the globe that are active in different parts of the world helping people get food, medicine, education, and other essential facilities, hundreds and thousands of victims of human rights abuse, terrorism, racial disparity, draught, and different natural and unnatural reasons, are being rehabilitated.

The people these days do not trust the government as well because there is a significant gap in what the politicians say and do. People do not have trust in their country’s government, and it is the situation in many of the countries across the globe. Even though it is the people who have selected the government in power, once the politicians come in power, they forget the promises they make to the people.

It is this cycle that has been going the situation of the world even worse with time, also though there are many other aspects in which the world has been growing fast. Some of the major human rights organizations that has been working relentlessly to reach out to and help the victims of human rights abuses are Human Rights Foundation, United Nations Human Rights Trust, International Federation for Human Rights, Office of the United Nations Human Rights, Amnesty International, Protection International, Global Rights, Human Rights Group, and more.


In the United States, one of the recent events that bought into the limelight how the administration uses their power to torment the civilians and abuse the rights of the citizens was the wrongful arrest of Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are the owners of Village Voice Media and Phoenix New Times, and it is an independent news group that reports about the shortcomings of the administrations in Arizona, misuse of power by the County Sheriff, how the Hispanic community in Arizona are selectively targeted and wrongfully arrested, and much more.

It is probably such reporting that led to the County Sheriff to lead their arrest without any valid reasons.


However, Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey received tremendous community and national support and were released within 24 hours of arrest. They filed the case against the state and comprehensively won the legal battle along with the settlement amount of $3.75 Million.

It is this fund that they have converted into Frontera Fund, which is used to help with champion the cause of migrant rights, freedom of speech, freedom of media, freedom of expression, First Amendment Rights, and more. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey are sure that it is these small steps collectively by the communities across the country that would help in making the positive changes in the country.

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Daniel Mark Harrison’s All-Rounded Business Acumen

by WilliamV .


Daniel Mark Harrison is a colossal Bitcoin 2.0 enthusiast, a seasoned businessman who is also profoundly into entrepreneurship. He is an author, a publisher and a trained journalist. Harrison comes from the lineage of astute businesspeople who were in the money printing business. His family business Harrison and Sons was bought and taken over by De La Rue. He later established his own company, Daniel Mark Harrison & Company where which is the sole owner and manager. This group was started in 2015 to manage the estate and assets belonging to the Harrison family. Daniel Mark Harrison invented factory banking.


Daniel Mark Harrison is a managing partner at Monkey Capital. Monkey Capital is a firm that deals in chain venture capital and financial technology. Monkey capital is regarded as a satisfactory blockchain investment bank for digital assets. Monkey capital speculates on blocks of cryptocurrency in the market. It is the first Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that began selling pre-ICO options.


In his capacity as an author and a journalist, Daniel Mark Harrison had his articles published in CoinSpeak for many years. Because of him, the readership of the publication hits up to 450,000 monthly. He was in charge of the CoinSpeak editorial team, and during his tenure, the team published several scoops.


He is presently the publisher for Marx Rand and doubles as its Editor in Chief. For instance when an FBI agent was exposed as being the head of the illegal Ku Klux Klan. His publication’s investigations also revealed that the Toyota manufacturer was employing slave labour.


Harrison wrote; Butterflies: The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World. It is a book written with a unique combination of journalism and fictional narratives to explore the millennial attitudes on selected subjects in the book. He has been written about in Forbes, Wall Street Journal and The among other publications. Harrison is a regular guest on business news programs in channels like Reuters, CNN and Bloomberg.


The Identity and Leadership of Gregory James Aziz

by WilliamV .

Gregory James Aziz is currently the Chairman, President, and CEO of National Steel Car, one of today’s globally leading railroad freight car manufacturing and engineering companies based in Hamilton, Ontario. He is the man behind the excellent record of National Steel over 100 years of manufacturing quality freight and tank cars, earning the company its reputation of being North America’s leading manufacturer.

The Rise of James

James Aziz was born on April 30, 1949, in London, Ontario and got his education at Ridley College before majoring in economics at the prestigious University of Western Ontario. It was not long before he moved to join his family business in wholesale food manufacturing, Affiliated Foods, in 1971. He became part of the company’s growth over 16 years and led it to become one of the world’s top importer of fresh quality foods from Central and South America and Europe. With the help of Greg Aziz, Affiliated Foods reached its distribution line to all the major fresh food and wholesale markets across Eastern Canada and the United States.

National Steel’s Transformation

Greg James Aziz also worked on numerous investment banking accounts in New York during the late 1980s until the early 1990s. In 1884 he was able to successfully organize the acquisition of the National Steel Car from Dofasco, with the goal of transitioning the formerly great Canadian form into its transformation as North America’s No. 1 railroad freight car producer.

Strengths and Vision

Gregory J Aziz was able to fuel the growth of National Steel Car by emphasizing the company’s strong engineering background, its people’s team-building assets and the fantastic human and capital investment endorsed by the enterprise. This growth is highly evident in the capability of the manufacturer to increase its production from 3,500 cars/year at the time of the acquisition to 12,000 vehicles by the end of 1999. Such growth gave rise to employment from 600 to as many as 3,000.

James Aziz credits this success to the company’s unceasing desire and vision to be the country’s leading and top manufacturer with the highest engineering standards. His passion for building quality and innovative brand-new railroad cars each year also made National Steel Car as the only railroad freight vehicles manufacturer to be certified IS0 9001:2008, and keeping this honor in the last 18 years through a continuous series of recertification. Since 1996 the company has also been continuously awarded the TTX SECO recognition that certifies the company’s highest quality standards.

The Businessman and the Philanthropist

by WilliamV .


Sanjay Shah, founder of Autism Rocks and Solo Capital, was recently interviewed by Eric Dye who hosts the radio show, Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio where potential Entrepreneurs gain business advice, motivation and major event coverage from around the world. Shah’s interview touched on topics such as his founding of Solo Capital, advice to becoming a business owner and his motivation behind starting Autism Rocks and its 2016 charity concert.

Sanjay Shah is a known philanthropist and respected businessman. He is mostly known for starting Autism Rocks in 2014, a charity organization that uses funds raised at its annual concert to aid in researching autism. Autism is a neurological disorder that creates life long developmental disabilities which include difficulties with social relationships and communication skills. Shah founded the charity after his son, Nikhil was diagnosed with the disorder in 2011.

When starting Autism Rocks, Shah says he combined his love of family and music with his entrepreneurial spirit to help fund research for the neurological disorder and raise awareness of it. In April 2016, he will host this year’s concert which will feature performers such as Flo Rida and Tyga. Sanjay Shah has helped open many doors in better understanding autism than ever before thanks to the funds raised from his organization.

Before Founding Autism Rocks, He founded his brokerage firm, Solo Capital in London. His experience with his business helped aid him in his interview where he gave his personal advice on how to own and run a successful business. The advice he gave included not to underestimate the amount of money needed to start the business and not to do all of the work yourself.

Before becoming an accountant, he wanted to a doctor, but decided medicine was not what he wanted to do. So, he got his MBA and an accounting degree and after various jobs decided to start his own and Solo Capital was made.