Eric Pulier Continues to Push the Envelope

Eric Pulier is the swiss army knife of the business world. The multi-faceted businessman is an entrepreneur, technologist, columnist, published author, public speaker, and philanthropist. As an entrepreneur he has founded over ten successful companies including: Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, and Desktone. He always finds a way to push through no matter the obstacle. The hundreds of millions of dollars he raised to help fund the companies he’s founded is proof of his will.

 

Pulier founded his first company, People Doing Things, after graduating from Harvard University and moving to Los Angeles in the early 1990’s. People Doing things is a technology company that focuses on providing innovation and improvements to health care, education, and other sectors.

 

Being the serial entrepreneur he is, Eric Pulier founded Digital Digital Evolution, an interactive company, three years later. Digital Digital Evolution was later acquired by US Interactive LLC.

 

Though he is well versed in many different areas of business he has made a name for himself in technology. Over the years he has become one of the leading technologist in the world. VAR Business named him as one of 30 e-visionaries.

 

Pulier has always shown a dedication to helping others. he has done great work in philanthropy particularly pertaining to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. He created a multimedia education platform to educate people who suffer from the autoimmune disease about the condition. He, along with others, formed the first social media network with the aim of connecting children with chronic illnesses to each other.

Pulier is also an accomplished author. He’s even had an article appear in an issue of Forbes Magazine.

When Pulier is not on the go attempting to change the world, he is busy being a loving father to his four children. With all he has accomplished the only question is, “What’s next?”

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