Eric Pulier Makes A Positive Impact On The World

Eric Pulier is known as a brilliant entrepreneur. He is also known for his published works as well as philanthropy.

 

His hard work has made a strong impact on this world. It was in 1984 that Eric Pulier graduated from the Teaneck High School. Then he joined Harvard University and did his Bachelor of Arts in 1988. This was in English and American literature.

 

Since then he has focused on helping those who are economically disadvantaged besides the children who are suffering from chronic illnesses.

 

Eric Pulier is at the forefront of his industry as his work is focusing on technology along with innovation.

 

While studying at Harvard, Eric Pulier was writing a regular column. This was for the Harvard Crimson. He served them as a student journalist. He wrote on several topics which showed his keen insight as well as a sense of humor.

 

It was in 1991 that Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles after his graduation. This is where he founded People Doing Things. This is a company that offers technological innovations to the healthcare as well as education sectors.

 

In 1994 Eric Pulier founded Digital Evolution. This is an interactive agency. In 1998 this company merged with US Interactive LLC.

 

It was in 1997 that the Presidential Inaugural Committee chose him for completing the exhibit in presidential technology that was displayed in Washington D.C. This was called ‘The Bridge to the 21st Century.’

 

No one can deny the mark made by Eric Pulier in the field of technology. He has funded, founded or co-founded 15 different companies. These include several venture-backed companies. These are SOA Software, besides MediaPlatformm, Desktone as well as US Media Interactive LLC.

 

Eric Pulier has managed to millions of dollars for his companies. He is one of the most eminent technologists in this industry. He has been named as being one of 30 top e-visionaries by VAR Business. This is why he is regularly invited to speak at various technology forums as well as conferences. He serves as the executive director of Enterprise Leadership Council. He has also served on the Clinton Global Initiative.