Eric Pulier: The Face of Successful Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy

Starting out as a graduate at Teaneck High School, Eric Pulier went on to further his education at Harvard University. He’s since concentrated much of his time by making a name for himself in numerous facets of the entrepreneurial world by taking on and achieving numerous feats since the 1980’s. His achievements have impacted the general public, particularly those who are described as disadvantaged economically and children who are suffering from chronic conditions.

 

After graduating from Harvard University, Eric Pulier went on to found the company People Doing Things, after moving to Los Angeles in 1991. It was a technologically innovative company whose sole focus was on improving both the educational and healthcare industries. It has proven to be a success in terms of improving those sectors of public service in the years since its implementation.

 

In the years since starting People Doing Things (or PDT), he’s founded, co-founded, and funded 15 different companies having to do with improvement found through the implementation of technology. This includes Digital Evolution, which he founded back in 1994, and has since been taken up by US Interactive LLC. Other successful companies that he has founded include Desktone, US Media Interactive LLC, MediaPlatform, and SOA Software, just to name a few of the most notable multi-venture backed companies that Pulier’s been involved in.

 

Named as one of the 30 e-visionaries, Eric Pulier has been successful in generating millions of dollars in revenue for his companies over the years. He’s considered one of the most well known and respected technologists currently active in the industry. He attends conferences to speak of his accomplishments often and is a regular at technology forums where discussion on the newest technologies available to work with takes place. As it stands, Pulier is the executive director of the Enterprise Leadership Council. He has also served in a position on the Clinton Global Initiative.

 

Philanthropy has always been present at the heart of his career. Eric Pulier has shown great dedication to helping those less unfortunate, including the impoverished and those suffering from various illnesses. This has included his team up with other bright names in the industry to create the first social media network for children with chronic illness to connect with each other, the Starlight World.

 

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