Gorilla’s Street Fleet to lays off 100+ Employees – to Shutdown

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Street Fleet – owned and operated by Gorilla, the speed grocery delivery startup has announced to lay off more than 100 Employees in the process of a total shutdown.

As reported by Sifted, The Berlin-based company will be closing its doors by the end of July laying off all of its current staff.

The riders seem to have mentioned to Sifted that they are unsure if all their pending paychecks and dues will be paid by the end of the month. The company provides riders to Gorilla, their parent company – which raised to Unicorn status within a year of its launch and a current valuation of $3bn.

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