Eric Pulier is an American businessperson and an author as well as a philanthropist. Mr. Pulier was raised in New Jersey. He started his programming career while in the fourth grade. He began a computer database business while still in high school.Pulier joined Harvard University in 1984 where he specialized in Business Administration and attained his Bachelor’s degree in 1988. He also went to Massachusetts Institute of Technology and majored in American Literature and English. He wrote a column for The Harvard Crimson.
Eric Pulier has founded and co-founded many companies through the use of technology. He founded a company called People Doing Things (PDT) a business that deals with health care and education among other issues. He also initiated an interactive agency Digital Evolution Company which joined with US Interactive LLC in 1998. Pulier also builds a social network for sick children. Star Bright World was created to enable the children chat and post content and also meet new people who share same experiences. Mr. Pulier built and executed The Bridge to the 21st Century which is the Presidential Exhibition website in Washington D.C. He is a member and a supporter of the Clinton Global Initiative. He is also the leader of the Enterprise Leadership Council. He co-founded Understanding Enterprise SOA and is the Chief Technology Officer of Santa Monica Media Company at present. He has raised Millions of dollars in business ventures he has co-founded or founded. He recently sold his company at $ 350 million. Mr. Pulier owns a restaurant in Califonia which is attached to his nightclub.
He is among the most successful businesspersons in the government and technology business. Mr. Pullier can turn a small idea into a complete business with a profit of a million dollar. He is acknowledged for his novelty and successful business in technology. He was listed among the 30 e-Visionaries by VAR Company. He is a public speaker at technology conferences worldwide. Mr. Pulier is a donor to various non-profit administrations. He is the innovation board member of the X-Prize Foundation. Mr. Pulier also funds the camp for kids with chronic illness among other charitable organizations.