Eric Pulier is a serial entrepreneur and author of several highly acclaimed articles in publications such as the Harvard Crimson, Forbes Magazine amongst others. His ability to change the world through technology has enabled him to create over 16 multimillion and billion dollar corporations that serve enterprises all over the world that depend on his ingenious software that helps to increase their efficiency and bottom line. As well as being a serial entrepreneur, he has successfully endeavored in the world of venture capital, not only as someone who has businesses financially backed by venture capitalists and receiving over a half $1 billion in less than 30 years to build his businesses, but actually becoming a venture capitalist that helps firms choose winning businesses from the myriad of businesses he is presented with daily. Although he has several wins in his portfolio that have made him a millionaire hundreds of times over, most say his best work stems from his research and development of software that helps children with disabilities and special needs function better, therefore increasing the quality of their lives. He is also on the board of several nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping children with special needs in America as well as abroad.
As a Harvard University student, he began testing his ideas and philosophies about life in his weekly column that he published in the Harvard Crimson. His column got rave reviews and a lot of respect from students all around the campus. Students all over the Harvard challenged his philosophies and actively bounced ideas off of him, allowing him to sharpen his analytic abilities as well as helping him to understand the realities of the world at a more advanced level then what is typical for his age. When he left Harvard University, he realized that he did not want to be a journalist, because he felt that he would have a larger impact on more the world as a technologist, philanthropist and an entrepreneur.
When he began his career with over 16 victories in building software for corporate enterprises he realized that he has a soft spot for helping children reach their full potential, so he developed a program for children with multiple sclerosis, enabling them to communicate online, even without a keyboard. His groundbreaking technology has been implemented into over 126 hospitals all around the United States of America.
Aside from the 16 businesses that he co-founded that eventually wound up being sold for millions and some very close to billions of dollars, he has also done a large amount of Angel investing into small startups that he felt were onto great revelations and that his valuable name and generous backing would allow them to succeed well above their expectations. His role as a board member of companies all around Silicon Valley has helped companies to fully recognize their dreams while enabling them to develop into the multi-billion-dollar businesses that they are today.