Startup Life/Podcast/ Why has Kry laid off 300 more employees? — Startup Europe, The Sifted Podcast This week on the pod, a special dispatch from Web Summit and info about Kry By The Sifted Podcast Team 7 November 2022 \Startup Life Which SaaS products are getting cut? By Tim Smith 22 February 2023 Startup Life/Podcast/ Why has Kry laid off 300 more employees? — Startup Europe, The Sifted Podcast This week on the pod, a special dispatch from Web Summit and info about Kry By The Sifted Podcast Team 7 November 2022 Listen to Startup Europe, The Sifted Podcast on Apple, Spotify and all major platforms. This week on the pod, reporters Amy O’Brien and Tim Smith bring us a special dispatch from Web Summit. They tell us what went down at Europe’s biggest tech conference last week. But first we turn to the news, specifically why Swedish digital health startup Kry has laid off another 300 employees. Then we move to the UK and to neobank Monzo, whose workers announced they intend to form a union. And in Germany flying taxi startup Volocopter announced last week that it’s raised $182m in additional Series E funding — making it the largest funding round for any German deeptech company this year. Last but not least, sticking with deeptech we discuss how the soaring cost of energy is increasing demand for robots. Related Articles Unleashed accelerator: How the Class of 2021 are thriving Sponsored by Unleashed: Powered by Purina Accelerator Lab Click here to read more How to measure impact By Anisah Osman Britton Click here to read more How Tink raised capital from banks but kept its independence By Mimi Billing Click here to read more Louis Saha: On the power of the right partner By Louis Saha Click here to read more Most Read 1 \Healthtech Is Daniel Ek’s new body scanner worth the hype? Sifted tried it out 2 \Venture Capital VC diversity needs to change — and white men need to take responsibility 3 \Venture Capital New €3.75bn European Investment Fund pot to back late-stage VCs 4 \Sustainability Counteract closes £15m fund for carbon removal solutions 5 \Mobility Was the $5bn that VCs plugged into escooters worth it?