Eric Pulier is one of the most talented and successful entrepreneurs and businessmen in the United States. He is also a noted philanthropist and a best-selling author. Eric Pulier did his schooling from the famous Teaneck High School and went on to pursue higher education at the reputed Harvard University. Eric Pulier received degree from Harvard University in America Literature and English in 1988. Since then he has associated himself with many ventures to help people who are financially disadvantaged and children who are suffering from terminal or chronic illness. One of the primary focus of Eric Pulier has been investing in technological innovation and is a familiar name in the information technology sector.
While pursuing his higher education at Harvard, Eric Pulier was an editor at Harvard Crimson and wrote regular on various topics on the monthly University journal. After completing his studies at Harvard, Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles and pursued his entrepreneurial instinct and founded People Doing Things, which is a company that focused majorly on technological innovation and helping integrate technology into our daily lives. People Doing Things focused on improving the integration of technology in the medical, healthcare, and education sector. Later on, Eric Pulier founded one other technology company named “Digital Evolution,” which went on to merge with US Interactive LLC.
The influence of Eric Pulier in the technology sector continued to increase with time, and he was also chosen by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to make the technology exhibit possible in 1997, which was called “The Bridge to the 21st Century”. Over the years, Eric Pulier has founded, invested and co-founded over 15 different companies in the world of technology. Some of his ventures include SOA Software, US Media Interactive LLC, and MediaPlatformm, and Desktone. Eric Pulier has helped in raising funds amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars over the years and is among the most successful and eminent technologists of the century. As a philanthropist, Eric Pulier is well-known for his association and contribution to Multiple Sclerosis Society. He has also worked with famous people in the world of technology such as Stephen Spielberg, Peter Samuelson, and Norman Schwarzkopf to start a social network.