Eric Pulier has been avid about using advancing technology to help people in multiple aspects of life. He is recognized as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in technology, he is also a published author and a very popular public speaker for world wide technology conferences. He takes pride in helping anyway he can and is an avid member of Bill Clinton’s Global Initiative. He has founded five companies all dabbling in government and and enterprise technology, of which all have been financed by some of the worlds leading and best-known capital venture groups.
Even before college Pulier was enthralled by technology and started his own database computer company in high school. In 1984 he began Harvard University, opting to major in English and American literature while taking classes at MIT, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1988. In 1991 Pulier moved to Los Angeles and started his founded his very first company named People Doing Things. PDT focused on education, health care and other issues through the use of technology in an effort to help fix the current struggle. Three years later he founded a second company that eventually merged with Interactive LCC in 1998.
The Starbright World was created so that children from around the world could come together and share their experiences and talk with other kids who suffer from the same illnesses. By creating a private social network they were able to post blogs, comment, post content and chat with each other.
Once Starbright World became widely recognized in the technology world, Pulier’s popularity rose high enough to pique the government’s interest. In 1997 the Presidential Inauguration Committee selected Pulier to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition located in capital. With the avid success of “The Bridge to the 21st Century”, then vice president Al Gore asked him to participate in the health care and technology forum and helped give advice on the subjects.
He has founded five more companies centered around technology and it’s benefit to help the world along with helping other entrepreneurs interested in the world of technology. He holds a firm belief that technology impacts the economy, health care, government and industries, thus his companies thrive on finding ways to use the advancing computer sciences to help in any way it can. With the constant flow of new technology and young adults making changes in old systems the possibilities are endless for Eric Pulier and his growing companies.