Eric Pulier’s Career Highlights


Posted by LLJ43 | Posted in Business News | Posted on 26-04-2017

Eric Pulier has made significant milestones in different fronts. He is an energetic and enthusiastic professional who has had a distinguished career in entrepreneurship, technology, public speaking, philanthropy and authorship. His unique entrepreneurial skills have seen him found, co-found or fund over 50 companies, including seed level startups in technology and media. Today, these companies are operating as going concerns. Some of these firms include US Interactive, Akana, Media Platform, Digital Evolution, Service Mesh and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. He has also invested in renowned venture capital funds. Including eCompanies, Monitor Ventures, and Trident Capital. Eric is a member of the board of the Painted Turtle, an organization that deals with children diagnosed with chronic illness. He is also an active member on the innovation board of the XPRIZE Foundation.

In 1984, he graduated from Teaneck High School. Later, he joined the prestigious Harvard University where he graduated with a BA in 1988. While in college, he authored PulierLeg, a popular column on the widely read Harvard Crimson Weekly. Owing to his engaging topics and excellent writing mechanics, Pulier was appointed to serve as the journal’s editor. His long and successful career is characterized by major milestones such as managing the “Bridge to the 21st Century,” to mark the 2nd inauguration of Bill Clinton and Al Gore. In addition, he facilitated a live feed by astronauts from the space shuttle. Over the years, Eric has developed world-class platforms that have been used in healthcare, education, community and government.

Eric Pulier has supported different initiatives that incorporate technology to change the lives of the economically disadvantaged communities as well as the needy and ill children beyond the US. He is affiliated with different companies, including Multiple Sclerosis Society, US Doctors for Africa, the Clinton Global Foundation, the ACE Foundation, and Campaign for Free College Tuition. Eric has played an integral role in the success of XPRIZE, a non-profit foundation that organizes public technological competitions seeking to enhance people’s lives. He created Starbright World to support Starlight Foundation’s objective of helping children with chronic illness. Eric has published the Understanding Enterprise SOA and the Enterprise Industrial Complex. Eric owns different patents, some of which have been granted by the US Patent and Trade Mark Office, while others are still pending.