It is said as far back as Cicero himself that our nature as human beings is made to search for the absolute and unifying truth. From books of Albert Camus to the bisaya short films of Lav Diaz, our nature wants to find the underlying essence of our humanity and life. In an attempt to search for this truth, Eric Lefkofksy, the CEO of Tempus, is pushing his research for better solutions for the problem of cancer.
In a Chicago Tribune report, it is reported that there is now a new marking indication of the success of Eric Lefkosky as a CEO. This is in the form of the funding that Tempus received for pushing his efforts to find remedies, answers, and programs that can fix the problems of those suffering from cancer. The report says that about $80 million has been given to Tempus from existing investors and other supporters who believe in where Mr. Eric is going with his cancer cure ventures.
Mr. Eric has already received about $210 million in the form of investment package since Tempus was established in 2015. There are many things that may make it extra challenging to succeed in the kind of industry that Mr. Eric is in, but despite that, many investors still believe in what Tempus could provide for tomorrow. It’s interesting to say here, too, that with the level of total funding that Tempus has received so far gives it the “unicorn” status, which is a label that not many Chicago start-ups can get. To know more about him click here.
About Eric Lefkosky
Mr. Eric is the CEO and Co-founder of Tempus, which is a tech company that has built an expansive and reliable operating system that can help in battling cancer. There’s a lot of disruptive technologies in the line-up of Tempus, and the fact that Eric can coordinate with them and make sure that Tempus is still as profitable as ever, is just impressive. Maintaining its rank as a high-positioned investment asset is no walk in the park.
Another successful project of Mr. Eric is also the Lefkosky Family Foundation, which is a private charity focused on helping a variety of communities get the financial support, sponsorship and funding they need.