Innovation and Contribution: The Two Pillars of Eric Pulier

It’s hard to match the pedigree of successful innovator, entrepreneur, author, speaker, and philanthropist Eric Pulier. With a long and illustrious track record of success, he still shows no signs of slowing down. And that’s a good thing, not only for his investors, the government, or everyday people like you and me, but for the children who he helps all around the world.

The companies that Pulier founds all have a few things in common: they receive outside funding from notable investors (like Steven Spielberg and major venture capital firms). They also seem to focus around helping children or ill people through medical or educational technological innovation (Click here for more). Pulier actually graduated from Harvard magna cum laude and moved to Los Angeles after college, starting his first company there. Eric Pulier has since founded 15 companies, and even been invited to Washington D.C. by the Presidential Inaugural Committee due to one of them. See: http://stevevaischolarship.com/2017/01/21/the-contribution-of-eric-pulier-to-entrepreneurship-and-technology/

As a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, Pulier is a public figure that has received accolades for giving back to the community via his companies. His solutions in software have helped children with diabetes, MS, and other illnesses. He volunteers his time as well, helping the summer program called The Painted Turtle in California.

The newest accomplishment of Pulier is his involvement in the Xprize Foundation as a board member. He knows from experience that creating software and other technology solutions can be difficult. It is made even more difficult when you talk about the world’s biggest issues like clean water, shelter, transportation, and education. Therefore, the organization gives out large cash prizes to smart teams of people all around the world if they can solve problems. Currently, teams are working on an app to create literacy for children in Africa. As the world becomes increasingly global, software is the key innovation machine, and Pulier is a leader in bringing helpful solutions to people in need.

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