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Eric Pulier started off his career in technology by moving to Los Angeles back in 1992. Upon landing in California, Pulier made it immediately clear that his goal was to become an entrepreneur who pushed the limits, stretched the boundaries, and made fundamental difference in the lives of the people he would go on to work with. Since then Pulier has become one of the leading tech innovators and investors in Los Angeles, founding over 15 companies while raising millions of dollars for his work along the way. Right now Pulier is focused on his newest project, a micro transaction based company called vAtomic Systems.

Eric Pulier has always been something of a wunderkind in relation to technology. From a young age it seemed pretty evident that all Pulier wanted to do was work with technology, work with computers, and develop solutions to problems he found along the way. Growing up in New Jersey Pulier would spend the majority of his free time learning how to program. By the time he graduated high school he would have gone on to establish his own unique computer database company. Keep in mind that Pulier graduated in 1984, well before the tech boom that we know about today.

As an entrepreneur his goal has always been to look for market trends in order to find a way to capitalize upon marketplace. Pulier looks at disruptive technology as an event of convenience that offers him the ability to dig deep and find a new way to do something interesting. You can look at how Uber took advantage of GPS wired smart-phones, Google Maps, and the cheap cost of cloud computing. In this same vein we saw Pulier come up with what we now know of as vAtomic Systems. Looking for opportunity within disruptive technology is an easy way to get ahead of the rest of the people you are competing against.

Though he is an avid investor and entrepreneur, Pulier is also someone uniquely focused on helping others. Pulier has worked hand in hand with various philanthropic foundations to help bring aid and funding to children who suffer from chronic illness — such as the Painted Turtle summer camp.

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