The technology industry is one of the fastest moving business sectors on the entire planet. Every single day something new is coming to market and with it a tremendous change in how the industry is shaped. You can imagine that this would be a tough industry to break into, particularly if you were attempting to do it solo as an entrepreneur. Eric Pulier has been making a career out of the tech industry since the early ’90s. He opened up about a few of the things that have made him successful over the years and they are definitely worth paying close attention to.
Establishing a company is a tough task, establishing several over the course of your career is even tougher. For Eric Pulier to be able to do this successfully he had to stick to the core concepts that made Eric Pulier successful to begin with. That primary concept was his focus on planning and his willingness to reach out and help those less fortunate. A big part of Pulier’s professional career has actually overlapped with his philanthropic career.
Eric Pulier is the founder of the XPrize Foundation, a company focused on bringing opportunity to those enthusiastic young developers who have ideas that can one day change the world. Pulier has also worked consistently with the Painted Turtle summer camp and the Starlight World. Painted Turtle is a summer camp for children who suffer from chronic illness. The camp serves as a getaway where these children can connect, get away from their problems for a little bit, and also find aid from people who can help them. The Starlight World is an online social network for the same children that use that camp. Children with chronic illness can connect in a safe space over chats and blog postings.
As an entrepreneur Eric Pulier has focused on investing his time and energy into companies that seek to push the limit of tech. One of Pulier’s most successful enterprises was Digital Evolution which merged with US Interactive LLC. Pulier is now focused on his mobile company, vAtomic Systems, which serves to brings digital goods into the real world.
About Eric Pulier: www.xprize.org/about/innovation-board/eric-pulier