Meet Erick Lefkofsky- Tempus Co-founder

American entrepreneur and Tempus co-founder Eric Paul Lefkofsky was born in 1969. He grew up in Southfield, Michigan and attended the University of Michigan. He received his law doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School in 1993.

Eric Lefkofsky began his career as a carpet seller while still in university. In 1993, he borrowed some money from relatives to buy the Brandon Apparel Company. He later founded his internet company Starbelly that specialized in promotional items. In 2005, Lefkofsky began a freight logistics company. Over the years, Eric Lefkofsky has been the founder of quite a number of investments companies. In the year 2016 Lefkofsky, co-founded Tempus, the technological company enables physicians to provide personalized treatment to cancer patients.

Through Tempus, doctors can provide professional and personalised treatment by analyzing a patient’s genetic code. The technology uses genomic sequencing to help doctors understand what patients are ailing from. The data collected helps doctors develop better health care plans for patients with breast, lung and pancreatic cancer.

The Lefkofsky Foundation was formed in the year 2006 by Eric and his wife Elizabeth. The foundation aims at supporting charitable, scientific organization in the world. The foundation has been in the frontline in funding more than 50 organizations and has also been a great help in serving the community that Lefkofsky was serving in.

Eric Lefkofsky has helped found five technological startups with more than a billion dollars. Eric realized that disruptive business is the way to help businesses provide intellectual and provide conceptual frameworks for bringing ideas into realities. Disruptive companies offer better choices in terms of activities are they are the way to go for making a whole entire business. Many businesses let opportunities go past them because they fail to embrace technology. In many instances, startup companies begun and grow beyond the existing business. Accelerated disruption can be described as companies moving fast to the next technological advancement. In such cases, companies understand and control technology,

In his book, Eric Lefkofsky mentioned that Accelerated Disruption helps business choose the right business to invest in, understand the concept of competitive advantage and also get the best out of people. It involves promoting ideas that can stand out in the market and come up with capital strategies that can face the different industries.

Erick is an active member of social media and always gives his followers positive messages on his personal life. His Facebook page is focused on promoting cancer awareness and treatments. His twitter account concentrates on modern technology advancements and contact him.