Eric Pulier is a renowned entrepreneur, technologist, publisher, author, columnist, philanthropist, public speaker and founder of more than fifteen companies. Pulier has consequently acquired immense wealth from the ventures he has founded and the ones he co-founded.
Among the ventures has founded, co-founded or financed include: Digital Evolution, Media Platform, Akana, US Interactive, Desktone, ServiceMesh as well as the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. In addition to that, Pulier has invested in various venture capital funds and a host of charitable organizations. Among his notable venture capital projects include: Trident Capital, Monitor Ventures, eCompanies. Just recently he started a new firm in conjunction with some of the most prominent names in the technology sector that will be launched soon. Pulier is also an active investor in various seed level startups in the media and technology industries of which the vast majority gone on to successful funding.
The business magnate graduated from Teaneck High School in the year 1984 and later went to Harvard University where he attained his BA. In the year 1988 in Harvard, he graduated Magna Cum Laude. During his expansive collegiate career, Eric Pulier studied English & American Literature, Visual & Environmental Studies and Computer Science. He also authored and edited PulierLeg, a college weekly column that he wrote for the Harvard Crimson Weekly.
The billionaire is active in the philanthropy notably in endeavors that apply technology to remedy intractable issues in the economically disadvantaged communities and physically impaired children in the US and around the globe.
In his early years, he created one of the maiden multimedia educational courses to teach people who have Multiple Sclerosis. Mr. Pulier’s work enabled the beneficiaries to use home computers understand complex multimedia educational experiences. It also featured peripheral beam equipment that users without enough motor control for keyboard utilization could use to answer various questions while interacting with the system. In 2010, Pulier was the most decorated at the US Doctors for Africa event in New York. He attracted a packed house of paid and donor attendees, where he was awarded for his work in introducing technical innovation to the health care industry in Africa.