Intercom cuts over 100 more jobs with 39 roles at risk in Dublin

Tech unicorn announces second wave of job cuts after letting 49 people go in September

Intercom’s founding team: Eoghan McCabe, Des Traynor, David Barrett and Ciarán Lee

Irish tech unicorn Intercom has announced a further round of redundancies with 124 people to be laid off across the company. It said that 39 roles are at risk in Ireland.

The news follows on from an initial wave of cuts in September when it announced 49 job losses, of which 23 were in Dublin.

Intercom, whose founding chief executive Eoghan McCabe returned to lead the company last month, said in a statement that 14 ...