Anything momentous that has been achieved on earth has been created by individuals who are not afraid to push boundaries into the unknown. From the iPhone to the Pyramids in Egypt innovator have made the impossible possible by creating things and experiences that many people thought were impossible. This trend is visible throughout history, mankind benefits when people think outside the box. Eric Pulier is one of these innovators transforming the world. He is an entrepreneur and venture capitalist who is part of the revolution that is trying to change how people use technology.
It is hard to put Eric Pulier in a single box. Different people know him for different things. Apart from his work as a venture capitalist he is also a philanthropist and accomplished author. He finished high school at Teaneck in 1984 before going to Harvard where he graduated magna cum laude with BA in American Literature and English. During his stay at Harvard, Pulier was a regular columnist for the Harvard Crimson who explore an array of topics with a sense of humor and keen insight.
After graduating from Harvard in 1988, he has dedicated his life to helping the economically disadvantaged and assisted children who are afflicted by chronic diseases and conditions. Pulier moved into LA in 1991 where he founded a company name People Doing Things. The company concentrated on creating technological innovations for the education and healthcare sectors. In 1994 he founded Digital Evolution. Digital evolution was an interactive agency that later became part of US Interactive. One of the main highlights of Pulier’s career occurred in 1997 where he created a technology exhibit for the Presidential Inaugural Committee. Pulier’s main aim is to use technology to make the world a better place. These are just some of the few companies that Pulier has created. He has been a founder or cofounder for 15 other companies, helping them raise millions of dollars in capital. Many publications have also recognized him as one of the world’s top technology visionaries.
Pulier is also active on the philanthropy front. He is always ready to help the less fortunate. He led the team that created a multimedia platform for Multiple Sclerosis Society. The platform has been used to educate thousands of people on multiple sclerosis.
About Eric Pulier: www.thecrimson.com/writer/710/Eric__Pulier/