Brief Bio of Eric Pulier
When it comes to naming someone who’s done many positive things to better man-kind, Eric Pulier should be somewhere on that list. This extraordinary being has a hand in numerous industries that range from education, technology, healthcare, and business. As a child, Pulier grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. His fascination of technology was always evident, but who knew it would make him into the person of today. Creation was his game as he programmed his first computer in the fourth grade. That’s right! As he moved on to high school he began pushing his talents even further as he founded his very own computer database company. By this time he was already a full step in front of his peers.
College life began in 1984. Pulier attended the famed Harvard University and majored in English/American Literature. As an editor of The Harvard Crimson Publication, Pulier also wrote a column for the publication. Did I mention that he also took classes at MIT around this time? This guy was all over the place, but somehow managed to get things done efficiently. By 1991 he had moved to The City of Angeles and began his personal career. Here are a few of Pulier’s founded companies below:
- Akana (software)
- Digital Evolution
- Service Mesh Inc
- U.S. Interactive
Of course this only scratches the surface, buy you get the idea. Being so business savvy, Pulier managed to sell one of his later businesses for $350 Million. Having such a caring nature is truly what he believes in as he’s donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charities, start-up companies, and capital venture deals. His ingenuity gave him the opportunity to build and run the “Bridge For The 21st Century” platform for Bill Clinton’s 2nd Inauguration.
When it all comes down to it, the question that should be asked is what can Eric Pulier not do? His eclectic business sense has helped him transcend the way we use technology and conduct business.