Eric Pulier is an American based Philanthropist, public speaker, author, entrepreneur and founder of technology companies. He resides in Los Angelo’s, California. He is a renowned public speaker globally, and he has also addressed some people in conferences on matters related to technology and innovations. Eric Pulier is a strong believer of talent exploration. He has shared his story with people severally so as to challenge individuals and give an insight on how one can reach their full potential.
Eric’s Education Background and successful start-ups
Pulier is a graduate of Harvard University, which he joined in 1984. He studied English and American Literature. In 1988 he graduated from Magma Laude. He is known to have founded more than 15 companies that include Media Platform, Desktone, Akana and others that he has sold at a profit. The last company that he sold was priced at $350 million.
Eric is the founder of People Doing Things, a company that was launched in 1991. The company’s primary task is to address health care, education and other issues of importance through the use of technology. Digital Evolution is an interactive agency that he founded in 1994. He also contributed to the development of Starbright World.
Pulier was appointed in 1997 by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to execute ‘The Bridge to the 21st Century.’ It was a presidential Technology Exhibition that toke place in Washington D.C. He has also advised several individuals who are involved in initiatives that are health care and technology-related. Pullier has supported several organizations that are participating in philanthropic projects. Some of the non-profit organizations he supports include the Painted Turtle, X-Prize Foundation, and Clinton Global Initiative. Eric is also a renowned author who wrote a column for The Harvard Crimson. He is also a co-author of a noted book that addresses issues of service oriented architecture known as Understanding Enterprise SOA.
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