Tech unicorn LetsGetChecked lays off staff including Dublin workers
The at-home testing company, which is valued at over $1 billion, reduces headcount following a number of acquisitions
Irish tech unicorn LetsGetChecked has laid off a number of employees over the past week, including staff working in Dublin.
The at-home testing company founded by Peter Foley in 2015 declined to say how many employees had been laid off, but said the move came on the back of a number of recent acquisitions.
LetsGetChecked, which employs more than 230 people, announced a deal to acquire Veritas Genetics, a genome sequencing company, and a subsidiary, ...