Eric Lefkofsky saved American millions of dollars as the co-founder of Groupon, this is over the last eight years. Lefkofsky hopes that he will begin to save lives. Lefkofsky recently transitioned from e-commerce to fighting cancer when he co-founded Tempus, a genomic startup company.
Tempus was founded in 2015, it is a technology company that has developed an operating system that is meant to assist doctors toward the fighting of cancer. Tempus technology such as interactive, analytical platform is utilized by the physicians to offer personalized care for the cancer patients. Tempus also offers genomic sequencing services and has collaborated with the Mayo Clinic Center for personalized medical care to offer molecular sequencing for the future analyzing for the clinical studies. The firm is based in Chicago and has established a partnership with the Northwestern University as well as Rush University. According to Lefkofsky, more partnerships is expected in the coming days. Based on builtinchicago.org
Born and raised in Southfield, Eric Lefkofsky attended the University of Michigan where he graduated with honors. Later on, he earned the coveted Juris Doctorate from the University’s law school. This is a clear indication that he has a passion for education.
Eric Lefkofsky started from humble beginnings where he was selling off as carpets salesman, this was while he was attending college. After his graduation, he teamed up with his friend and Purchased Brandon Apparel, a company that is base in Wisconsin. Since then he has had adventurous entrepreneurial journey, he co-founded Innerworkings a procurement service provider, Echo Global Logistics a company that dealt with freight logistics, as well as the tech company involved in media buying that is known as MediaBank that later amalgamated with Donovan Data systems this happened through a billion dollar deal MediaOcean was founded.
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One of the Lefkofsky main purposes in life is to make the world a better place. He has a great interest in the community service, as result, he has dedicated his time as well as his finances toward various initiatives that seek to benefit the community. He serves as the board of director at Lurie Children’s Hospital that is based in Chicago. Together with his wife Liz they run a foundation that is known as Lefkofsky Foundation since 2006, the Foundation seek to improve the quality of life the community through support of various initiatives, high impact programs, and research.