On Wednesday, the $1.28 billion customer messaging software startup Intercom announced that it was letting go of 39 out of 649 employees globally. In addition, it’s relocating 47 roles to Dublin to cut costs. Founded in Ireland and headquartered in San Francisco, Intercom had become a fast-growing Silicon Valley startup. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
The $1.28 billion customer messaging platform Intercom announced to employees Wednesday that it’s letting go of 39 people globally and relocating some roles to Ireland.
The layoffs impacted about 6% of its 649 total employees amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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