Parler, one of the biggest conservative social media platforms, may no longer have a future.
As reported by The Barge, Parler Technologies, the parent company of the Parler social media app, appears to have laid off most of the company. About 75% of the company’s staff, including most of the company’s executives, have been let go, according to the report.
According to reports, only about 20 people remain in the company due to all the job cuts.
Parlement Technologies began laying off workers in late November, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter. These layoffs lasted at least until the end of December, with about 75% of staff laid off overall, leaving about 20 employees at both Parler and parent company cloud services his venture. Most of the company’s executives, including its chief technology officer, operations chief and marketing chief, have also been laid off, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The situation is so dire that when the outlet reached out to known contacts for the company for comment, they told The Verge that they no longer work with Parler or Parler Technologies.
When asked for comment, an outside PR rep who previously worked with Parlor’s account informed us that she no longer works with Parlement Technologies. The Verge.
Parler has struggled since being banned by Apple and Google in response to lack of moderation and the January 6, 2021 riots at the US Capitol. Multiple competitors include former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social, Gettr, and Rumble. , has flooded the alternative social media space in recent years.
Parlor was nearly bought by Kanye West, legally known as Ye. However, the company later confirmed that “Parlement Technologies has reached an agreement with Ye to terminate its intention to sell his Parler. It was done on