At a tender age, Eric Pulier can be referred by many titles. He can be referred to as an entrepreneur, generous philanthropist, a brilliant technologist as well as a published author and a column speaker. Eric Pulier has been involved with several startups that have proven to be very successful. Eric has been shaped by his education background coupled with impressive natural intelligence. The boy grew up in New Jersey and mastered the art of programming at fourth grade. He established his first venture after high school back in 1984. His first company was a database related company.
Shortly after high school, Eric Pulier proceeded to Harvard University for his undergraduate program. He soon realized his passion in editing when he joined the Harvard Crimson as an editor. Eric covered a wide range of topics in his column such as the dangers of terrorism and the stigma that comes along a Harvard degree. Shortly after finishing his studies at the University, he decided to relocate to the city of dreams, Los Angeles to chase after his dreams. One of his earliest startups is the XPrize that proved to be very successful. It’s a program awarding people who have the desire to push themselves above their potential. The initial plan with this startup was to help young adults and teenagers to realize their dreams.
His next startup was the Akana which also proved to be successful. He is also the owner of the SOA software and its affiliated programs. He acquired this venture in the early 2000s. 16 years later, the venture was bought by the Rogue Wave Software for an undisclosed fee. Eric is very active when it comes to philanthropy. Some of his most notable causes in this case is the Painted Turtle. This is an organization helping children living with chronic illnesses. Other than money, Eric has donated his time to see that these children get the much needed medical attention.
He is also involved with another startup called the Starbright world in helping children. Other ventures that Eric Pulier has been involved with include Media Platform, Desktone, and Akana. He is known as a supporter of the Clinton Global Initiative.