UPDATE January 20, 2017
Don’t miss the recent write up on Eric Pulier. The in-depth article discusses the career of Pulier. He sits on the board of the X-Prize, contributes to Painted Turtle, and is a published author. It’s easy to see that Eric Pulier is a man of many talents.
As an entrepreneur, technologist, philanthropist, author, and father of four Eric Pulier is an example of a hard working American. Starting from a young age, Eric began programming computers and then eventually started a database computer company, all before graduating high school. Eric received a bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature at Harvard University. While studying at Harvard, Eric wrote and edited for The Harvard Crimson. Along with attending Harvard, Eric took classes at MIT.
A few years after graduating, Eric didn’t waste any time by moving to Los Angeles and founding a company that addressed education, healthcare, and other issues using technology. This company was called People Doing Things (PDT). In 1994 he founded his second company, Digital Evolution, which later merged with US Interactive. Eric continued founding, funding, and co-founding other companies throughout his career, some of these being Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and Media Platform.
Eric is also well known for his investments in charitable organizations and venture capital funds such as Trident Capital, eCompanies, and Monitor Ventures. Along with his investments Eric also sits on the board of many non-profit organizations like X-Prize Foundation and The Painted Turtle, to name a few.
After being selected, Eric created “The Bridge to the 21st Century” for the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C. He then participated in Al Gore’s healthcare and technology forum. He is currently a member in the Clinton Global Initiative.
Having to start from the bottom himself, the now successful Eric invests in many seed level startups in media and technology. He is also an active public speaker at technology conferences all over the world. His speeches are very popular because many people, who have a dream to create a business of their own, want such a successful entrepreneur’s advice. He will teach how to create something out of nothing and truly make your dreams come true. People know they can trust his words since his hard work and innovative thinking is plain to see.
His success hasn’t stopped there. Eric added more notches to his belt when he co-authored Understanding Enterprise SOA. Along with everything listed, he also owns a restaurant which is attached to his night club in Santa Monica, California. It’s safe to say Eric Pulier is the true American dream.
More about Eric: http://ericpulier.com