Entrepreneur, Technology

Eric Pulier: Man On A Mission

Information technology is running the game right about now. This field of work is one of the most prestigious industries on earth. Some of the most intelligent individuals are employed here, and they have introduced a lot of luxury items into our everyday lives. On the other hand, this industry has introduced many practical solutions to help make peoples lives better. No one has done this as a good as Eric Pulier as he has single handedly revolutionized the game through his very own actions. This guy is known to be a futurist, a technologist, a businessman, an entrepreneur and an investor. Pulier is at the apex of his career, which has cemented is resume in stone.

Ever since he was a child, Pulier always seem to stand out amongst the crowd. He has always had a fascination with technology. While in high school, this guy founded a computer database company and when he was in the fourth grade, he had already programmed a computer. Academics was also something that he was naturally good at as he consistently scored high on tests. This consistency would help send him on a one-way ticket to Harvard University. While at Harvard, Pulier was a very busy guy as he worked for the Harvard Crimson publication. He has an editor and a column writer here, but his major was American and English Literature. Around this point in time, he would take classes over at MIT, which enhanced his fascination of technology. In 1988, Eric Pulier graduated college and by 1991, he would take the technological industry by storm.

Pulier has developed educational multimedia programs for people who suffer with physical disabilities, and he has helped to build one of the very first private social media networks. Starbright World allowed chronically ill children to communicate via chat and message. Over 700 children benefited from the network, which dramatically helped to raise the moral. Eric Pulier is a man on a mission, but who knows what the future will hold.

About Eric Pulier: growthhackers.com/members/ericpulier