Eric Pulier just may be more of those type of people we need in this world. Pulier is known for giving a helping hand to those less fortunate in the economic hardships those families may face. Pulier graduated from Teaneck High School back in 1984, he then got his bachelors degree in English and American Literature, while writing for the Harvard Crimson. After graduating, Pulier had a truly unique vision that would land him on being the founder of many companies.
In 1991, Pulier moved to Los Angeles, California after having a successful college career. This is where his career really started, once he founded People Doing Things. This was a company that grew technological advances in the healthcare and education regions. 1994 rolled around, and Pulier founded Digital Evolution. This joint agency merged with US Interactive LLC in 1998. Pulier was chosen by the Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997, which was displayed in Washington D.C. called “The Bridge to the 21st Century”.
Eric Pulier has always been very successful when it comes to raising money for the 15 companies he founded. These companies include SOA Software, MediaPlatform, and Desktone. Pulier has come up with millions of dollars, making him well known as the ultimate technologists. Pulier is also highly known for his philanthropic work, and creating multimedia to educate individuals on multiple sclerosis. Children with chronic illnesses are provided a camp called the Painted Turtle, all funded by Pulier himself. The heartwarming truth is beautiful, it really brings out the good in people.
There is some competition of course in the mind of Pulier. Perhaps one of the most radical foundations Pulier is apart of is the XPrize Foundation. Serving on the board of directors, this foundation holds competitions where people come up with new, creative ways to solve issues. It gets people to push themselves to their fullest potential, and strive for the best. Again, seeing how Pulier is involved in this, as he pushed himself to his fullest potential and is now the founder of 15 companies. Pulier may be middle aged, but has more ideas ahead.