Eric Pulier: Background info into an Amazing Entrepreneur


Posted by omeditors | Posted in Business leaders, Capital Management | Posted on 13-10-2016

Eric Pulier is many things, including an entrepreneur, author and a philanthropist. He is a very talented businessman who has founded more than 15 companies and he has raised millions of dollars for ventures that he has co-founded or founded.

Pulier has founded or co-founded and/or funded many well-known companies, which include Digital Evolution and US Interactive. Other companies he founded or co-funded include Media Platform, DeskTone, Akana and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which eventually merged into TM Forum.

Asides from that, Pulier has invested in numerous charitable organizations and venture capital funds, which include eCompanies, Trident Capital and Monitor Ventures.

Pulier cares deeply for his community and he cares about kids who have chronic illnesses. In fact, he serves on the board of a summer camp for kids who have illnesses. The camp is called The Painted Turtle. He sits on the board of the XPRIZE Foundation, and he is the father of four children. Currently, he resides in Los Angeles, California, with his four kids.

It was in the fourth grade when Pulier started to learn how to program computers. When he entered high school, he launched a database computer company and eventually he was accepted into Harvard University. While at Harvard, he studied English and American literature and he was active with the school’s newspaper, The Harvard Crimson. He was the paper’s editor and he had his own column. In 1988, he graduated from college.

Today, he continues to enjoy success and he continues to work hard.


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