Eric Pulier was creative and innovative even from a young age when he was in fourth grade; he began programming computers. He started a database computer firm In high school,. He is known as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, technologist, public speaker, published author, and a columnist. In 1991, Eric Pulier moved from Teaneck, New Jersey where he was born and raised, to Los Angeles where he founded People Doing Things which is a company that issues technology to address the healthcare and education. He founded interactive agency Digital Evolution in 1994; the firm later merged with Us Interactive in 1998. Pulier was also an active member of the making of the Starbright World, which is an online platform for the children who are chronically ill. Over the years, he has founded and been a co-founder of over fifteen companies which included US interactive media platform, Deskstone, Digital evolution, and ServiceMesh. These companies have seen him raise hundreds of millions of dollars.
In 1984, Pulier completed his high school studies, and from there he joined Harvard University where he attained his Bachelors of Art in 1988. When he was in his collegiate career, Pulier studied Computer Science, Environmental studies,English, and American Literature, and Visual studies. He is also a writer and editor of PulierLeg.
Among his many achievements, the one company that has made him be recognized is the vAromic Systems. The firm is born under the idea concept that macro elements like the game mechanics, GPS, blockchain technology and the rise of digital goods trading are there to impact the economy by bringing digital goods in games.
Pulier brings his idea to life by writing down any ideas, inspirations, or keyword that they get. Writing down helps him reproduce the idea later and expound on it. He does not rush any ideas that he gets, rather, he lets it sit until the idea has fully grown and can be implemented. It is no wonder that most of his investments are doing well.
Pulier acknowledges that the one thing that has helped him with the business is resistance. He understands that not everything will work when one give sit the first attempt. However, giving up is not an choice for those who want to make it, and that is the reason Pulier pushes through the hard times, making change when necessary.