Groupon Cofounder’s New Healthcare Startup Raises $70 Million In Latest Funding Round

Eric Lefkofsky has made billions saving his clients the time it takes to book flights and hotels during the summer season. Eric Lefkofsky has also made most of his money through the Groupon Company that saves his clients more money on restaurants and travel. All over the United States. Eric Lefkofsky is now looking forward to saving his client’s lives through his Tempus Company startup based in the United States. As we can see, the main aim of his business profile is to provide solutions for those seeking fast working solutions in a manner that is not paralleled in the industry.

While Eric Lefkofsky has laid his focus on the use of genomic sequences to help most of the preliminary doctors have a personalized form of creating the cancer therapy for their clients. The idea about Eric Lefkofsky developing the Tempus Company in the United States came about when his wife was diagnosed with cancer. It was a sudden occasion that was geared towards adopting a new way of achieving his dreams to save his wife’s life. The Chicago-based Tempus Company has also announced that it will receive $70 million as a result of their funding procedures to revolutionize the business world. Most of the funds the company has raised come from New Enterprise Associates and the Revolution Growth of Investors.

This is a funding that came at the right time to the Chicago-based Tempus Company since Eric Lefkofsky commenced the funding towards raising more than $130 million for the success of Tempus. Eric Lefkofsky worked with his longtime business partner to realize the funding procedures in a manner that depicts better business. The latest funds that have been raised for the company places it worth more than $70 million. These are figures that have been stated by an unknown source that was close to the closure of the deal.

Eric Lefkofsky is the largest investor in the Tempus Company. His work with his business partner Keywell is going to yield better business results by saving millions of lives across the world suffering from cancer. Eric Lefkofsky said that he is willing to invest more than $100 million into the company.

Andrea McWilliams: The Powerful Ally of Breast Cancer Research

Andrea McWilliams is well known in Central Texas as half of the power couple who founded McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultants, a lobbying and consulting firm in Austin. From her early employment as a filing clerk at the Capitol while attending the University of Texas to her years in the private sector to now running her own business, Andrea McWilliams has worked tirelessly for her employers and her clients, earning her an exceptional reputation locally and nationally. She works with politicians on both sides of the aisle, businesses and nonprofit organizations, using her years of expertise to achieve the optimal outcome for each client.

Her widespread success demonstrates her ambition and drive, characteristics which Andrea McWilliams applies to every area of her life. In 2006, she was diagnosed and battled breast cancer, just as she approached everything else in her life, with fierce determination. Since this experience, she has become an advocate for breast cancer prevention and funding for cancer research. In 2007, she used her lobbying expertise to protect funding for cancer research, saving the 3-billion-dollar fund.

Among other causes, like George W. Bush’s presidential campaign, Andrea McWilliams uses her fundraising skills to raise money for breast cancer research and to help support families affected by this disease. She has served as honorary chair for the Texas Mamma Jamma Ride, a bike ride that has raised funds to support programs serving Texans with breast cancer. She also uses her lobbying business to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation as well as the KillCancer organization.

Andrea McWilliams has received well-deserved recognition for both her professional and philanthropic achievements from organizations like the Austin American-Statesman, Girl Scouts of Central Texas and the Austin Business Journal. In 2014, Seton Breast Cancer Center honored her by naming a screening room after her.