Did you know that many of the most talented individuals in the world never become household names? Unfortunately entertainers and professional athletes seem to get all of the credit these days even though the majority of them have never done a thing to better society as a whole. There is one person who personifies this to the fullest and his name is Eric Pulier. This magnificent man is a jack of all trades (in-a-sense)thanks to his wide knowledge base. Pulier can be classified as a technologist for his love of innovation, philanthropist thanks to his huge heart, entrepreneur because of the many companies he’s owned, and a guest speaker for publically giving constructive advice.
Pulier always stood out by the way he went about doing things and this was noticed at a young age. Did you know that he founded his first computer database company while in high school. To top that this remarkable genius programmed a computer while in the fourth grade. That’s correct! This ingenuity was the foundation of what was to be and when he finally cam into his own, the world was simply his oyster. Eric Pulier has a passion for technology and the use of it. He has implemented advanced technology into his very own lines of work. Being a founder of up to 15 companies means that you’re doing something right or maybe it’s the hundreds of thousands of dollars he’s invested with into tech start-up companies. Pulier sold his last founded company for a whopping $350 Million. In 2010 he was the top billed honoree at the U.S. Doctor’s For Africa Benefit Event from his ability to bring technological innovation to Africa’s healthcare needs. He’s also developed a multimedia educational program for people who suffer with multiple sclerosis. This is no joke, Eric Pulier is the real deal.
This loving father of four and past Harvard University Graduate now resides in Los Angeles, California. Business is good as he’s built a pretty good sized empire of his own. Eric Pulier is simply living his dreams by making other people’s dream come true.
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