Having spent time as an entrepreneur for many years, Eric Pulier has gathered sufficient experience and skills necessary to push him to implement projects that are aimed at enhancing the understanding of entrepreneurship and business among upcoming investors. He has taken part in the management and funding of several philanthropic foundations.
Eric Pulier has also raised millions in a bid to support the venture capitals he founded and co-founded. His dream to support as many young entrepreneurs as possible was realized through these venture capitals, which include eCompanies, Akana, Media Platform and Digital Evolution. Eric Pulier continues to extend his hand into helping entrepreneurs through articles and journals addressing issues ailing different sectors of business.
Passion and effort
One of the things that have inspired the achievement of success for Eric Pulier is the fact that he has maintained his passion and channeled his effort into pursuing his dream. Eric started admiring technology at a young age and he resolved to pursue a course that would lead him to work as a computer programmer. His dedication led him to research and before he joined high school, he already had some skills in the area.
Furthering quest for success
While at the Harvard University to pursue American Literature and English, he was given a column which he called the Pulier Leg. On this space he shared articles about business and entrepreneurship and he responded to emerging trends and concerns. At this time, Eric Pulier was also a student at the MIT College where he chose Computer Science.
In addition to his successful career, Eric Pulier has been a philanthropic individual with great influence in many circles. He financially supports the Campaign for Free College Tuition, which allows Americans to access college education for free. He also works with the Painted Turtle as a board member. The foundation supports children with chronic illnesses.
Some of the publications Eric Pulier has done include Understanding Enterprise SOA and The Enterprise Industrial Complex (available on the Forbes Magazine). His main areas of writing have been business and entrepreneurship and he has offered invaluable advice to upcoming entrepreneurs in different industries.