Eric Pulier is a notable entrepreneur as well as a technological mastermind. He graduated from Harvard in 1988 magna cum laude. He holds a B.A. in English and American Literature. He has founded or funded 15 different companies. He also has donated money, time, and expertise to many different philanthropic organizations.
In Los Angeles in 1991 Eric Pulier started a company called People Doing Things. People Doing Things brought tech to education and medical sectors. In 1994 Pulier started another company called DIgital DIgital Evolution. All in all Pulier founded or funded 15 different companies in the intervening years.
His most recent venture is vAtomic Systems. The vAtomic Systems website states that, “vAtomic is the first company to seamlessly weave together the physical and the digital, into one connective experience.’ It is the goal of vAtomic Systems to integrate technology into the physical world.
Eric Pulier has always been a champion of the economically depressed with a focus on children with chronic conditions. Most notably Pulier creates technological solutions for communities that are disadvantaged and children that are physically impaired.
Mr. Pulier worked for the Multiple Sclerosis Society to create a multimedia platform that would help patients who suffer with MS learn about their condition. He also worked a team of celebrities to create a private social media platform called Starburst World. Starburst World connected children with chronic conditions with one another.
Eric Pulier worked with Bill Clinton and Al Gore on the Clinton Global Initiative to help bring affordable cloud computing to economically depressed areas. He works to bring technological advances to countries that need it most. For example he was honored at a dinner by U.S. Doctors in Africa for helping bring technological innovation into the healthcare field.
Eric Pulier is a doting father of four who works tirelessly to help those less fortunate. He uses his mastery of technology to integrate it into the areas that seem farthest away. By bringing technology to places like Africa he brings hope to millions of people around the world.