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Eric Pulier is an American entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He was born in Teaneck, New Jersey. Being born in a humble family he attended a public school. However, this was not the highlight of his early life. Eric had unique ability. He had a good grasp of technology matters right from his childhood. He was able to understand the inner workings of a computer without any formal education on the same. When he was in the fourth grade, Eric Pulier built a computer of his own. He was able to have all components of computer work as they are supposed to. That was a great achievement at his age.
This early mastery of technology is what encouraged Eric Pulier to pursue that line for the rest of his life. They saw him join the Harvard University. However, Eric Pulier surprised many when he took English and literature as his subjects of interest. This was unexpected given his already inborn love for sciences. Eric graduated magna cum laude from the Harvard in 1988.
After his education at the Harvard, he moved to Los Angeles where he kicked off his journey into entrepreneurship. His main aim was to come up with a company that would address the issues faced by the people. It is for this reason that he set up his first company called People Doing Things (PDT). The aim of PDT was to address the challenges faced by the people in the sectors of education, poverty, and healthcare. This innovation received a great reception from the Los Angeles community and People Doing Things was able to pick quite fast. PDT was later adopted by another company. He used the proceeds to setup another businesses.
Today Eric Pulier is the owner of ServiceMesh, an IT firm. Service is a global company and offers IT solutions in very many countries. His latest startup is the VAtomic systems which is also a technology form. Even though Eric Pulier has earned so much through his investments, he has always had a soft heart for the less privileged in the society. He helps charity foundations address world’s most pressing issues.
About Eric Pulier: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Pulier