Eric Pulier is an American entrepreneur, businessman, as well as a well known philanthropist who specializes in creating technology that is able to truly make the world a better place to live in. Growing up on the East Coast gave Eric Pulier access to many different perspectives as well as a fast paced way of living that encouraged him to pursue his passions even at an early age. Eric Pulier distinctly remembers building computers even at the age of nine. By high school, Eric Pulier had started his first business in building databases for clients. This natural talent in technology eventually earned him a spot at Harvard University where he started his long career to success. After graduating from Harvard University with a degree in American and English Literature, Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles and pursued a career as a businessman in order to help other with the use of technology.
In 1991, the first company that Eric Pulier built was a company known as People Doing Things. This company specialized in building technology that would inform the public about relevant issues such as healthcare. As healthcare has become an increasing concern, Pulier has worked with many individuals and with many think tanks in order to solve this worldwide issue. In addition to healthcare, Eric Pulier also truly believes that innovation is the key to improving the environment. As so many people rely on technology it has no longer become feasible to ask people to stop using technology around the world. With this in mind, Eric Pulier has continued to work on projects that will improve the world as a whole.
Eric Pulier’s successful work eventually earned him notice from several public figures such as Bill Clinton, the President of the United States at the time. After analyzing his work carefully, President Clinton requested that Eric Pulier develop and create an exhibition at the turn of the 21st century that would showcase all of the expectations for future technology. After the exhibition, Eric Pulier was even asked to stay on the think tank of Al Gore in order to advise him.