Over his entire lifetime, Eric Pulier has been involved in the formation of over 15 companies. Some of the most notable ones, in this case, involve ServiceMesh, Media Platform as well as Akana Desktone and Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. Other than entrepreneurship, Eric Pulier is also known as an author and an active philanthropist. Pulier currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Eric was, however, born and raised in Teaneck, New Jersey. From an early age, Eric showed interest in computer programming and database management. For this reason, he was able to establish his company dealing with database management while still in high school.
Eric invests in media and technology and currently has several ventures such as the Trident capital and Monitor ventures. He has four children from his first marriage. Other than his ventures, he is a member of several boards such as the Painted Turtle Board and the XPRIZE Foundation board. Eric attended Harvard University for his undergraduate where he majored in English and American Literature. While studying at Harvard, he was an editor of the Harvard Crimson. He would also attend classes at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology while still studying at Harvard.
Under his name, he has been able to make several publications such as understanding enterprise SOA that was published in Manning publications. He co-authored with Hurg Taylor in this publication. Another publication under his name is the Enterprise Industrial Complex that was published on the Forbes Magazine in March 2012. Pulier is well-known for a company called People Doing Things. This is a company that he established in the year 1991 and focusses on healthcare as well as education and how technology can be used to solve issues facing humanity.
Eric is known for his efforts in creating an education program to help bring the awareness of a condition called Multiple Sclerosis. In other works of giving, he serves on the board of Clinton Global Initiative. In this organization, he has the responsibility of ensuring there is low-cost cloud computing for the less privileged people. He is also well known for founding a charity organization called ACE Foundation.
Danilo Diaz Granados has made a name for himself through the State of Florida for hosting action-filled parties for his clients. Recently, he orchestrated an unbelievable event, which featured Miami’s most popular socialites. The event included élite previews, fine cuisine, helicopter rides, and to cap it off, a boat ride in the evening. For more than three years, Mr. Diaz has captured the imagination of the entire city by throwing lavish parties that gives his high-class guests a hyper-sensory experience.
According to Danilo Diaz Granados, the parties are meant to give guests an opportunity to be part of the success that his firm has had. He points out that through his ventures, Miami residents have access to extravagant and unique products, which were previously inaccessible and unavailable to them. Those who were handpicked to attend the recent event had the privilege of enjoying a splendid breakfast at the One Thousand Museum. Thereafter, they had a rare opportunity to preview an upcoming residential project in Miami’s swanky Biscayne suburb.
Diaz asserts that each event is tailor-made to suit the needs of his guests. During the events, they connect with art, entertainment, and cuisine that is worth Miami’s extravagant lifestyle. The recent one lived up to expectations because guests were flown to the Palm Beach Race Track where they took spins around the track. Lunch was served at Miami’s River Yacht Club. Its host was Don Perignon. However, the highlight of the day was a romantic sunset boat ride. The event’s main sponsors were Technomar, Van Dutch Americas, Air Commander Aerospace, and the One Thousand Museum.
Danilo Diaz Granados in Brief
The Babson College economics graduate is a renowned Miami businessman. He is known for being TOYS FOR BOYS’ founder. This luxury boutique is located in one of Miami’s most affluent business districts. Under Danilo’s leadership, it has managed to carve a niche for itself in the luxury market. It mainly caters for the needs of the high-class market. Before starting the firm, Danilo Diaz Granados worked at various financial services firms including Private Equity Investing, and Fireman Capital Partners. Mr. Granados has diversified his investment portfolio with interests throughout Latin America.
Kyle Bass will apparently be speaking at the New Establishment Summit of 2016. This event will take place in San Francisco on October 19th and 20th, says Vanity Fair, and there will be some exceptional names there. The Vice President of Apple will be in attendance, as will the CEO of Amazon.com. As interesting as both gentlemen are, they’re the sort one would expect at the New Establishment Summit. Kyle Bass is not.
Kyle Bass isn’t an industry leader; he’s a hedge fund manager that had a major streak of luck and has been limping by ever since. He’s not a media personality, and he’s not a technology pioneer. In contrast, Kyle Bass is a man who runs a vulture fund–the technical term for which is “hedge” fund–out of Austin, Texas. He’s from Argentina originally, where he has close ties to socialist despot Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, responsible for defaulting the country. De Kirchner apparently wasn’t satisfied with a single default in thirteen years, however; so she made sure to squeeze a second one in there. On neither occasion did Bass criticize this socialist despot’s poor financial maneuvering. So there’s strong evidence that Kyle Bass may have some socialistic leanings himself–it would explain why he’s centered his fund in Austin, the Portland of Texas according to hip satire program Portlandia.
It’s hard to tell, but Bass’ prime claim to fame was his success betting against sub-prime mortgages in 2008. He made a large fortune at that time and was instantly propelled to the international financial media stage. Since then he’s not missed a chance to do a song and dance pertaining to his particular ideals regarding finance. Most recently he’s been saying China’s economy would have a currency devaluation implode its credit bubble by 2016’s end; yet here it is the middle of September and no such implosion in sight. He’s qualified that by saying it could happen in 2 to 3 years, though; at least covering the tracks of his prediction.
There is an expression that says, “put your money where your mouth is”, which simply means if you believe it then back it up with your wallet. Well, Jim Hunt of VTA Publications is doing just that…sort of, but it this case it’s his mother’s money. Yes, you heard that right, his mother. Hunt, known in many financial and investment circles as a ‘whistleblower’, is making this move public – and yes it includes his mother.
The premise is based on finding the right stocks, and then as investments compound and profits continually rise, the results according to Hunt, will arrive at profits that will see $1 million. About how he plans to reveal this plan is where it gets even more interesting.
Using YouTube, he will show step by step this plan in action, and will begin by using 1,000 pounds of his mother’s money and will actually document investments and the results. The first step of the plan has already been taken and can be found at the site, www.MakeMumAMillionaire.com.
This is just another effort of Hunt and VTA Publications aimed at educating and empowering people with the tools to make, manage and use money in smarter, better ways. Jim Hunt happens to think this is so easy, that even his mother can do it – and he is putting her money where his mouth is.