Eric Pulier: “Some Way, Some How”

The old saying goes, “brilliant minds think alike.” In most cases this notion rings true and there are a number of gifted individuals in this world that collaborate to better man-kind. Technology rules now days and if you don’t evolve with the times, you’ll surely get left behind. Most people tend thing of technology as just for entertainment purposes. This couldn’t be any farther from the truth because technology is implemented into just about every piece of equipment and electronic device. Putting the advancements to good use, now that’s another story and this is where Eric Pulier comes into the picture.

 

Eric Pulier isn’t a household name by any means, but he’s done some amazing things to help people live better lives and for businesses to succeed in this demanding society of today. The Teaneck, New Jersey native has a unique way for coming up with resolutions for a wide variety of fields such as healthcare, government, and education. He’s basically a “jack of all trades” kind of guy or “a man of many acts.” Pulier has a strong interest and passion for technology and this is where he has made such a profound impact on society. His stronger than normal passion has caused him to millions of dollars into tech start-up companies, many of which have gone to become a success in their own rights. He’s helped to raise million of dollars for Capital Venture Deals also. In 1988, he graduated Harvard University, but this only scratches the surface overall. He crafted and solidified his knowledge in technological advancements at the prominent MIT as well.

 

This is the kind of guy that were dealing with and he’s certainly the real deal. Having such a natural good heart, Pulier has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charitable organizations and he’s even developed multimedia educational programs for people who suffer with Multiple Sclerosis. Yes, he’s the very definition of the word philanthropist. All in all, this guy personifies greatness and the future looks mighty bright himself, you, and others.

 

 

 

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