Eric Pulier is not only a businessman, but also an innovator, author, as well as philanthropist who has dedicated his entire life to giving back to other people around the world through the use of technology. Eric Pulier has always had a passion for technology even from an early age. At the early age of eight, Mr. Pulier even remembers building his own computer. This passion continued on even into high school when Eric Pulier started his own data base that was used as a company. This innovation and passion is exactly what earned him a spot at the prestigious, Harvard University. Eventually, Mr. Pulier was able to graduate from Harvard University with honors and with a degree in both English and American literature. Three years after graduation, Eric Pulier eventually moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue his career as a businessman and as an innovator.
The first company that Pulier founded was a company called People Doing Things. This company was founded in 1991 and was founded for the purpose of offering the public free information about relevant topics such as healthcare through the use of technology. This innovation did not stop and continued on to spur the creation of over 15 successful businesses which were all centered around helping others with the innovation of technology. As an innovator, Eric Pulier was even chosen by Bill Clinton to create and execute an exhibition that took place at the turn of the 21st century. This exhibition was created in order to showcase the world’s plans for technology.
Of all the accomplishments that Eric Pulier has been proud of, Pulier is especially proud of his accomplishment with philanthropy. One of the biggest portions of his donations goes to children who have been diagnosed with chronic illnesses. Pulier has given away money to help send these children to camp and has invented new technology to be given to the children. One of his innovations helped children with chronic illnesses communicate to each other with the use of a social media platform that he built with the hospitalized children in mind.