ShareChat cuts 20% of workforce

    BENGALURU, Jan 16 (Reuters) – India’s ShareChat, a short video-sharing platform backed by Google (GOOGL.O) and Temasek, said on Monday it let go of around 20% of its employees at a time when startups are facing increasing pressure from investors to cut costs.

    “There is a growing market consensus that the current global economic downturn would be a much more sustained one, and we thus have to, unfortunately, seek more cost savings by reducing our team size,” ShareChat Chief Executive Ankush Sachdeva said in an internal memo seen by Reuters.

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