Eric Pulier is a well-known entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a polished publisher cum author. Throughout his life, Eric Pulier has been driven by his desire to help others and make the world a better place.
Early Life and Education
Eric Pulier was born and raised in Teaneck, New Jersey. He pursued his post-primary education at Teaneck High School where he graduated in 1984. He later joined Harvard University where he pursued a Bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature. After graduating in 1988, he pursued a much different path when he decided to input his skills in the technology world. His work mainly involved the invention of technological ideas whose primary purpose was to help the needy and promote the businesses of other people.
His first invention came in 1991 when he founded the People Doing Things company. The primary role of this endeavor was to offer technological ideas to individuals who worked in the educational and medical sectors. The success of People Doing Things helped Pulier start his second company, the Digital Evolution in the year 1994. This was an interactive company which would later merge with the US Interactive LLC in the year 1998.
His technological ideas earned him a role during the 1997 presidential inauguration of President Bill Clinton after he was handpicked by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to complete ‘The Bridge to the 21st Century’ presidential technology exhibition.
As an author, Eric co-authored the “Understanding Enterprise SOA,” journal which was primarily designed to help new entrepreneurs. The journal was published in 2005, marking his full entrance into the authorship industry. Seven years later in March 2012, he authored another article named “The Enterprise Industrial Complex,” which was published in the Forbes Magazine.
His Advice to Entrepreneurs
Eric Pulier is always searching for individuals with new ideas that can positively change the society. He attributes this to be one of his many ways of making money. Once he gets an idea that he is sure will impact the society, he works with those behind the idea and eventually implements the concept into a tangible and productive idea. Eric believes that for any entrepreneur to grow financially and mentally, he or she must input his energy to others.