Eric Pulier: Man of Many Talents

Eric Pulier is a New Jersey native and multitalented father of four who is well accomplished man that has founded over fifteen companies in his short amount of time in the business. His ventures include entrepreneurship, publishing, philanthropy, public speaker and columnist.

Pulier started programming computers in the fourth grade and by the time he graduated from Teaneck High School in 1984, he had already started a database computing company. He continued his education at Harvard University where he was a columnist of the school’s newspaper “The Crimson”. He graduated from the university Magna Cum Lade with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and American Literature.

 

From the 15 companies Eric Pulier has either founded or cofounded, he has helped raise hundreds of millions of dollars for many other companies and technologists in the industry. And in addition to work in his own companies, he also spends his time giving back to less fortunate communities and people. He has helped people with economic disadvantages and children who suffer from chronic illnesses. Pulier does not mind taking chances in small, new ventures either. He’s known for being an active investor in startup projects that have moved up to being successful financings. Some sample ventures include: Digital Evolution, US Interactive, Media Platform, Akana, Desktone, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which merged into TM Forum.

 

Eric Pulier currently live is Los Angeles, California with his four children where he serves on a board of a camo for children with chronic illnesses called The Painted Turtle.

 

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