Driver Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Driver's estimated annual revenue is currently $671.5M per year.
- Driver's estimated revenue per employee is $203,000
- Driver has 3308 Employees.
- Driver grew their employee count by 55% last year.
Driver Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Driver?
Based in San Francisco and Shanghai, Driver is a technology platform that connects cancer patients to treatments and knowledge, all over the world, to get more life. With an app for the patient and an app for the doctor, Driverￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs platform enables any cancer patient, regardless of their location, to access treatment options across Driverￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs global network of cancer centers without leaving home. Driverￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs network includes over 30 of the worldￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs leading cancer centers, including its founding members the US National Cancer Institute and the Chinese National Cancer Center. Other members of Driverￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs network include the Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of California San Francisco, University of California Los Angeles, Duke, University of North Carolina, and Emory. Driver was founded in 2015 by two physicians, Dr. William R. Polkinghorn and Dr. Petros Giannikopoulos, and Driverￃﾢ￢ﾂﾬ￢ﾄﾢs lead investor is Horizons Ventures (Li Ka Shing).keywords:N/A
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