Mr. Eric Pulier is a very successful businessman who has had achievements in a vast number of industries. Mr. Eric Pulier is a businessman, a writer, and an owner of a multitude of companies.
In 1988, Mr. Eric Pulier received his degree in English and American literature from the highly esteemed Harvard University. While he was still in high school Mr. Eric Pulier started following his passion for technology more and became a technologist. As a result Mr. Eric Pulier created his first company. It was dedicated to computer database. He is one of the youngest company founders.
Mr. Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles in 1991. There, he decided to put a start to his second company. He called it People Doing Things. PDT is dedicated to a plethora of things among which are health and wellbeing, education, technology issues, and more. Three years later Mr. Eric Pulier created his third company under the name of Digital Evolution – an interactive agency. The company was sold off to a larger corporation a few years later and became an acquisition of US Interactive LLC. Mr. Eric Pulier is a founder of a few more companies as well.
Mr. Eric Pulier also does philanthropy work. He has been involved with Starbright World which is dedicated to children with chronic illnesses. The organization is a social network for such children and provides them with safe self-expression and the chance to make friends with other children who understand them. Mr. Eric Pulier is also a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Over the years, Mr. Eric Pulier has been expressing himself through any avenues. As he has a degree in English and American Literature, Mr. Eric Pulier has an affinity for the written word. Mr. Eric Pulier has also written and published a set of written work. Many examples of his written works is Understanding Enterprise SOA, which offers its readers an introductory level description of how business enterprises functions. Some of Eric Pulier’s written work, including some of his writings from Harvard, can also be found and read on his Forbes web page.