About Eric Lefkofsky & Tempus
Eric Lefkofsky is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tempus, a company that provides analyzed data for physicians using high quality technology. The data obtained is used to produce the right options for cancer treatment. They also deliver reports to a patient’s physician, which contains in-depth suggestions for treatment. Also, Tempus uses animal models instead of patients for therapy screening.
Lefkofsky was born in Detroit Michigan, but he grew up in Southfield Michigan. After graduating from Southfield-Lathrup High School, he attended the University of Michigan. In 1991, he graduated as an honor student. He then became a student at the University of Michigan Law School and received his Juris Doctor in 1993 and more information click here.
Eric Lefkofsky is a serial entrepreneur. He started out selling carpet at the University of Michigan. Then after he graduated from law school, he partnered up with a friend, borrowed the money he needed from family, and created a clothing company called Brandon Apparel. He has founded and co-founded many other companies as well. He is co-founder and chairman of Groupon, InnerWorkings, Uptake, and a few more. He is no stranger to hard work and determination.
Eric Lefkofsky wrote the book called Accelerated Disruption. He explains how disruptive businesses are created, grown, and upheld. He gets down to the core and gives a well educated and theoretic method for turning an idea into reality. His book describes ways that businesses can benefit from using technology. He states that a business can be successful for years if they know how to control and understand the forces of technology and learn more about Eric.
Eric Lefkofsky, along with his wife, created a charitable trust known as the Lefkofsky Foundation in 2006. It’s purpose is to support other charitable organizations, as well as scientific and educational organizations all over the world. The organization centers it’s focus on children. Currently, it has help to fund over 50 organizations.