Most of those affected are involved in game testing, which is done in secure facilities to prevent leaks.
Meanwhile the company’s usual taxi booking app has seen a drop of some 60% in activity.
The physical office will open once ‘it is deemed safe and reasonable to do so’.
The social enterprise has been forced to adapt in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The economic shocks will also raise questions around who funds the funders.
The travel tech firm repurposed the service for deliveries to remote locations during the pandemic.
Rivals Uber Eats and Just Eat have also introduced measures to get more food businesses on board.
The software allows clinicians to connect directly with patients remotely.
The global spread of coronavirus is hitting Ireland’s diaspora.
Why Taoglas has repurposed its tech to help detect crowd surges during the spread of coronavirus.
The company is managing an increase in demand as restaurants look at options to keep going.
One of the Irish brothers behind Poland-based OpsTalent on managing the impact of Covid-19.
The company wants to help the government and retailers distribute groceries to vulnerable citizens.
Chief executive Ciaran Bollard said that businesses are ‘never ready for this’ but must adapt.
With SoapBox Labs, Patricia Scanlon is developing cutting edge voice tech to help kids learn and play.
Deliveroo and Uber Eats said they are prepping measures to support riders that are affected.
Recently valued at $2bn, the online course marketplace is hiring across all divisions.
The coronavirus outbreak is also forcing companies to evaluate their work-from-home capabilities.
The combined company is expected to have annual revenues of €140m this year.
The company recently secured a further funding injection of €250k from Enterprise Ireland.