Eric is a shrewd and multi-talented entrepreneur. After completing his high school at Teaneck school, he went on to enroll in the prestigious Harvard University where he pursed his bachelor’s degree in English and American literature. Over the years, he has played a pivotal role in developing innovative platforms that have been of help to many economically disadvantaged people, including children suffering from chronic illnesses. Pulier’s work has greatly zeroed in on technological innovation.
While he was at Harvard University, he often wrote a column on the institution’s newspaper, the Harvard Crimson. He explored various topics with a sense of humor and keen insight. In 1991, he settled in Los Angeles and incorporated People Doing Things. This corporation zeroed in on developing technological platforms for the education and healthcare sectors. In 1994, he founded Digital Evolution, an interactive agency. In 1998, Eric merged the entity with the US Interactive LLC. His success in developing world-class programs caught the eyes of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, who selected him to undertake the presidential technology exhibit dubbed, “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” The event was held in Washington DC.
To date, the technology expert has funded, founded and co-founded 15 corporations. He is the brain behind Media Platform, US Media Interactive LLC, SOA Software and Desktone. Owing to his vast success in the technology sector, he has been the recipient of various awards. Recently, VAR named Eric as one of the leading 30 e-visionaries. Over the years, Eric has been appearing on various technology conferences and forums to speak on various topics. Notably, Pulier has been rendering his services as the executive director for Enterprise Leadership Council. He is also affiliated with the Clinton Global Initiative.
In his career, Eric has supported many charitable initiatives. He is credited for developing an interactive multimedia education platform to inform people having multiple sclerosis about the same. To this end, Eric worked closely with the Multiple Sclerosis Society. In 1995, Eric Pullier partnered with Stephen Spielberg, Peter Samuelson and Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. to develop an innovative social media network known as Starbright World. This platform enabled children having chronic illnesses to interact with others through blog posts and chats in a safe forum.