Eric Pulier was basically born into the tech industry. As a child he fell in love with computers and programming and he was proficient before he was even out of grade-school. Pulier was one of the lucky ones who knew early on in their life what they want to do for a career. Pulier was going to make difference with technology. Nowadays, Eric Pulier is the CEO of vAtomic Systems which is a mobile tech company focused on digital goods. Pulier has done a lot since he landed in Los Angeles back in the early ’90s and there is definitely something to learn here.
As an entrepreneur Pulierhas to always be ready to jump in on the ground floor with promising companies. Pulier has been part of at least 15 different companies as a founder or one of the financial backers. Along the way he has made his mark on several important companies including Digital Digital Evolution and People Doing Things. What is more impressive than Eric Pulier’s early work in the tech field is how he bridged the gap into philanthropy while sticking to what is important to him.
Eric Pulier’s philanthropic work has spanned several industries but they’ve all been uniquely important to him. To start with we’ll talk about the XPrize Foundation. The XPrize Foundation is one of Pulier’s more innovative works. It is a competitive foundation that brings opportunity to young entrepreneurs who have an idea and the willingness to develop it. Moving past that, Pulier has committed a large amount of time and money to helping out disadvantaged children through the Painted Turtle summer camp. The Painted Turtle summer camp is a camp that gives a chance for children with chronic illness the chance to breathe free and enjoy fun with their peers. Pulier has also worked with Peter Samuelson and Stephen Spielberg on social media network for chronically ill children called Starbright World.
As a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist, Eric Pulier is always looking for the next project. Readers can keep up with his work online or in his published works.