Eric Pulier is one of the most influential and well respected businessmen in the United States. Mr. Pulier has not only been recognized by his involvement in the world of technology to better the world, but also has been recognized as a full blown philanthropist who is dedicated to help all. Mr. Pulier has dedicated his life to not only helping the world, but making sure that the children in the world have the privileges that he has obtained.
Mr. Pulier started his successful career as an entrepreneur as early as the fourth grade. In the fourth grade, Mr. Pulier built his first computer. By high school, Mr. Pulier had already started up his first business which involved computer programming. This displayed intelligence is what later got him accepted into Harvard University. At Harvard University, Mr. Pulier studied American and English Literature. Mr. Pulier was even involved in the school newspaper as one of the editors.
After graduating from Harvard University, Mr. Pulier decided to move to Los Angeles to begin his career as an entrepreneur. In 1991, Mr. Pulier’s first company to begin in Los Angeles was a company known as People Doing Things. This company specialized in creating solutions for healthcare through the use of technology. This company was followed by a company known as Digital Evolution in 1994. This company eventually merged with another company in 1998.
One of Eric Pulier’s most notable accomplishment’s was his creation of Starbright World. This is a social network that was created for children with chronicle illnesses. This is an opportunity for children who have the same fatality to chat with each other, blog about their experiences, and to post content on each others’ walls. This social network was used and connected over 70 different hospitals in the United States.
Mr. Pulier’s many accomplishments in business are what made him the prime candidate to created and execute the “Bridge to the 21st Century” exhibition. This exhibition was created to showcase new technological innovations. President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore were both at the exhibition and both honored Eric Pulier for creating the exhibition.
The exhibition itself was divided into categories such as environment, healthcare, family, etc. The exhibition was visited by thousands of spectators including Supreme Court members, politicians, and many others. The exhibition was a true success. Vice President Al Gore even requested that Mr. Pulier remain on his team of advisers for the purpose of helping to solve problems through the use of technology.
Mr. Pulier has dedicated his life to not only create technology, but to also use technology for the greater good. Through Mr. Pulier’s work, several issues such as healthcare are being thought through thanks to the use of technology.