Twilio to lay off 30 staff in Dublin in bid to rein in costs

Tech firm previously confirmed plans to cut 11% of its workforce globally but it has now been established that 30 jobs are impacted in Ireland

Jobs in sales, finance and marketing will be impacted as part of the job cuts at Twilio. Picture: Getty

Twilio, the global cloud communications platform, is to cut 30 jobs at its Irish operation as part of a series of layoffs globally which will cut 11 per cent of its workforce, the Business Post has established.

This newspaper previously reported that jobs in sales, finance and marketing were at risk at the company in Ireland.

It is now understood that 30 of the 268 staff employed at Twilio’s Dublin office will be offered voluntary ...