Whether it’s art imitating life or life imitating art, the need to help others whom are in need is a blueprint that everyone should strive to achieve. Having the ability to create things that others benefit from can be more rewarding than receiving the benefits yourself. There is one person in particular that lives life under this notion. Eric Pulier may not be a household name, but he’s achieved a high level of success from the ingenuity of his concepts. Mr. Pulier’s knowledge base covers a broad range such as education, technology, healthcare, and government. Life itself is full of challenges with little to no solutions, but Eric Pulier has marked aa change in the status quo. This Harvard graduate has developed numerous projects throughout his life time and has founded up to 15 companies thanks to his brilliant way of things. These companies include:
- Service Mesh, Inc.
- Akana (software)
- U.S. interactive, Inc.
- Digital Evolution
- And many more
Eric Pulier is the people’s champ as he’s won the heats and mind of many individuals. He just has a talent for coming up with new ideas then turning those ideas into a reality. This highly accomplished individual is all over the board thanks to his extensive knowledge. Pulier has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charitable organizations, raised millions for capital venture deals, as well as invested in a number of tech start-up companies. The U.S. Doctors For Africa event named him as the top billed honoree in 2010. This honorable award goes to Pulier for his efforts for providing technical innovation to meet Africa’s healthcare needs.
In 1997 Pulier was chosen to build the “Bridge To The 21st Century” platform for President Bill Clinton’s 2nd term inauguration. This multi-day event was a huge success as it was broadcasted on most major news channels. This short article is only a small fraction of what this extraordinary man has achieved and Pulier will be consistently adding on too his legacy in the years to come.
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