Eventbrite

Second list of ex-Eventbrite employees emerges

🌎 San Francisco, Nashville βˆ™ πŸ‘© 500 employees (45%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

We previously mentioned that Eventbrite, the ticketing and events website, laid off 45% of its employees (500 people). We’ve now come across a second opt-in list of employees laid off. See below link πŸ‘‡for the new list as well as the first one we posted previously.

Source: Google Sheets (Official), Google Sheets (Unofficial)

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Eventbrite

Eventbrite laid off 500 employees

🌎 San Francisco, Nashville βˆ™ πŸ‘© 500 employees (45%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ All departments

Eventbrite, the ticketing and events website, laid off 45% of its employees last week. Around 500 employees were affected across their San Francisco and Nashville offices (see below link for an opt-in list of laid-off employeesπŸ‘‡). Eventbrite is highly dependent on live events, which have halted as a result of shelter-in-place. Its share price had fallen over 70% since mid-March.

UPDATE: Added a second opt-in list of employees laid off

Sources: Google Sheets (Official), Google Sheets (Unofficial)

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KeepTruckin

KeepTruckin lays off 349 employees one month after previous layoff

🌎 Nashville, Chicago, SF βˆ™ πŸ‘©β€πŸ’Ό 349 employees (18%) βˆ™ πŸ–₯ Mostly sales and business roles

KeepTruckin, which helps trucking companies manage their fleets, laid off 349 employees today (see link below for the list πŸ‘‡). This comes just one month after the company’s previous round of layoffs. KeepTruckin expects new customer acquisition to slow and existing customers to churn due to small trucking companies going out of business.

Source: Google Sheets

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KeepTruckin

KeepTruckin shuts down One Point Logistics, lays off majority of staff

🌎 Mostly Nashville, Chicago, SF βˆ™ πŸ‘©β€πŸ’Ό At least 78 employeesβˆ™ πŸ–₯ Mostly sales and business roles

KeepTruckin, which helps trucking companies manage their fleets, is shutting down One Point Logistics, a freight brokerage it acquired last year. The majority of OPL’s staff will be laid off, while the remaining 30 employees will be reassigned within KeepTruckin. The company says that owning its own freight brokerage business was too operationally intensive and will instead be investing in its marketplace of third-party brokers.