Smartphones, laptops, high definition televisions, tablets, smart appliances, software and other electronic items have some of the most advanced technology components. Even certain business and industrial equipment are full of innovation. We are living in some of the most modern times, which has made our lives much more convenient. Each and every one of these devices were just a basic concept at one point in time. The people who are responsible for producing such innovation are some of the most intellectually gifted people on the planet. Eric Pulier just so happens to be one of them, and he has single handedly taken over the game with his brilliance.
Eric Pulier is a trend setter on many different levels. The guy has worked with some of the biggest and most influential names of the mainstream. In 1997, Pulier was chosen to build and present an exhibit for former President Clinton’s second inauguration in Washington D.C. This exhibit was known as “Bridge To The 21st Century,” and it displayed some of the most modern advancements in technology and how it would be used in the future. The exhibit was a hit as it was broadcasted across numerous cable networks. Thousands of people attended the event such as celebrities, senators and other political figures. Pulier has also worked with former Vice President Al Gore on a wide range of forum topics. This guy’s mind is constantly in overdrive as he has come up with some of the most brilliant ideas. Pulier also does a lot of reading as well as brainstorming. He is a self-made success thanks to his extraordinary ingenuity.
His accomplishments are set in stone as he has been the founder of at least 15 tech companies. This includes Akana Software, U.S. Interactive, FLF, Digital Evolution, vAtomic System and Desktone. He has also introduced technology into underserved communities and have helped to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for charity. Eric Pulier personifies the words innovation and technology to the highest degree.
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