Eric Pulier has made a number of contributions to the technological field today as well as a number of different philanthropic causes over the course of 20 years he has been in business. Eric’s technological focus began all the way back in elementary school, when he began working with computers as a child. Eric Pulier enjoyed working with computers, and by the time he was in high school, he could not only program, but also build his own computer. This technological focus stuck with Eric all throughout his academics and into his entrepreneurial efforts.

After having attended both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, Eric was confident that he had learned what he needed to turn his ideas for success into a reality. It was at this time that Eric decided to move to Los Angeles, California, where he planned to start up his very first company on his own. This company was to use technology to find solutions for typical problems in industries such as healthcare and education, also known as People Doing Things. This company turned out to be largely successful in a relatively short amount of time, which had Eric looking for his next opportunity in no time. Today, he has founded a handful of different companies, including the likes of Digital Evolution, Desktone, and ServiceMesh. His most recent sell amounted to more than $350 million, and is just another notch on his impressive portfolio of accomplishments.

Today, Eric is also a member of the Clinton Global Initiatives, and has dedicated a lot of his time to helping the global community as well as others trying to make their way into business. He does this regularly through his public speaking and writing on various different subjects, which have been published in the likes of Manning Publications and even Forbes Magazine. He also contributes to charities and other non-profit organizations doing worthwhile things, such as the Starbright Foundation for chronically ill children.

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