This morning, Brazilian health tech startup Sami announced that it has decided to let go of 15% of its total workforce.
The company announced to a Brazilian media outlet that this decision was definitely a difficult one to make in which the company’s letting go of 75 employees.
The company was poised to be in a record growth with multiple rounds of funding and has been adding employees since Jan of this year.
Sammy has raised total funding of dollar 36.6 million in four rounds with the latest injection in December 2021. The company is backed by DN capital and scale-up ventures.
Brazil-based health plan startup focuses on providing health plans which make healthcare simpler and more efficient – while also being on the cost-effective side, the company was founded in 2018 by Luiz Guilherme Berardo & Vitor Asseituno.