Success in entrepreneurship comes as a result of good planning and making effort to ensure everything that is planned falls into the right place. Eric Pulier is one of the professionals whose presence in the world of entrepreneurship came with a new breathe of air. He introduced new and better methods of doing business, which include the use of technology to power businesses. Eric Pulier has also been taking part in supporting philanthropic foundations across the world and his effort saw several foundations grow and get better ways of solving problems.
Born in Teaneck, New Jersey, Eric Pulier attended school at this part of the world and during his early years, he showed great admiration for technology and entrepreneurship. His passion for technology led him to research and to learn about new technologies and methods of doing business. When he proceeded to high school, Eric Pulier founded a database company, whose success came as a motivation to further pursue technology and entrepreneurship. From the Teaneck High School, Eric Pulier proceeded to the Harvard University, where he enrolled for American Literature and English.
At the same time, he pursued Computer Science at MIT College. His stay at Harvard came with many opportunities and one of them was managing a column on the Harvard Crimson Weekly, a weekly publication that addressed a number of issues about the college and matters concerning growth and new trends. On his column, Eric Pulier offered insight into the growing trends in technology and entrepreneurship. After successfully pursuing both courses, he graduated in 1988 with high honors.
The career of Eric Pulier kicked off in 1991 when he relocated to Los Angeles. He launched several companies among them People Doing Things, which addressed current issues in the government using technology. Eric Pulier also received an offer to work with the government in 1997 during the technology exhibition that featured as part of the second inauguration of Al Gore and Bush. Skillfully, he arranged the presentations into sections, each tackling a distinct topic. He also arranged for a live streaming session that allowed the audience to interact with astronauts in the space shuttle.