Eric Pulier is an entrepreneur, author, technologist, public speaker, philanthropist, and columnist. He is credited with the success of more than 15 companies. He has similarly helped raise millions of dollars on behalf of firms that he has either founded or co-founded. Despite his busy schedule, Eric has managed to excel in all his roles. As a result of his success, the Los Angeles resident has managed to become a force to reckon with in the corporate world.
US Interactive, Media Platform, Digital Evolution, ServiceMesh, and Akana are some of the technology firms that Eric has founded or helped co-found. In recent years, he has been making forays into the financial services industry with ventures such as Trident Capital and Monitor Ventures. In addition, Eric Pulier has been making significant investments in a number of seed level startups, more so in technology and media. What stands out from his business endeavors is their ability to attract financial backing.
Eric had the opportunity to be part of Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s “Bridge to the 21st Century” campaign, which was used to commemorate their second inauguration. Eric helped organize a multi-day event, which was held in Washington, D.C. He was similarly tasked with the role of explaining the importance of the event. He managed to showcase the significance of exponential technologies to healthcare, space exploration, and education. Upon completing these roles successfully, Eric was appointed to the Center for Telecommunications Management’s board where he served for four years. Due to his extensive experience in the field of technology, he helped CTM to build a vibrant telecoms community.
Eric has distinguished himself as one of the most prolific members of America’s philanthropic community. His charitable endeavors mainly focus on how emergent technologies can be used to address problems that bedevil underprivileged communities. He has benefitted hundreds of physically impaired children across the world. In the past, he was involved in efforts aimed at raising awareness about Multiple Sclerosis. The US Doctors for Africa honored him in 2010 due to the role that he has been playing in incorporating technological innovation in the provision of healthcare to local communities in Africa.