Technologist Eric Pulier: Man On A Mission

The world is full of innovative technology. Just about every field of work uses some form of advanced technology, but actually gets credit for the services? Most of the time the brand of the technology will receive all of the credit while the actual developer’s name never comes to light. Unfortunately this is the society we live in and Eric Pulier personifies this notion perfectly. Eric Pulier is one gifted individual especially when it comes to creating things via technology. The guy has an extensive educational background, which has paid off in a myriad of ways. Pulier is known throughout the industry as a technologist, entrepreneur, investor, as well an author.

 

Starbright World was one of the first private social media networks for chronically ill children. This platform was developed by Pulier and it allowed these remarkable kids to share their experiences, chat, and message one another. Of course it was a hit as it helped to raise the moral and it gave the kids something possible to look forward to. People Doing Things (PDT)was another one of his founded companies that addressed the many issues within the education and healthcare fields. Pulier was chosen to develop and build the “Bridge To The 21st Century” platform for Bill Clinton’s 2nd Inauguration in the mid to late 90’s. This multi-day event had an attendance of thousands and it showcased the effects of exponential technologies of how life could possible in the future. This event was broadcasted on just about every news network and it shed new light on Pulier’s capabilities.

 

Pulier just seem to have a hand on just about anything tech related. He’s a natural born philanthropist as well as he’s donated millions to charitable organizations as well as invested millions into tech seed start-up companies. As of today, this proud father of four owns a successful restaurant and nightclub in Santa Monica and who knows what’s in store for the coming years.

 

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