Damien Viel, managing director of Twitter France, announced that he was leaving his post on the social network, without specifying whether this departure was his decision or not, after “seven incredible and intense years”.
“ It’s finish “. It is with this short sentence that Damien Viel, general manager of Twitter France, announced that he was leaving his post on the social network, without specifying whether he was fired or left of his own free will. To accompany his message, the now ex-CEO of Twitter France added the emoji of the military salute, a symbol used by employees who have left the social network since. the arrival of Elon Musk at the end of October, at its head. ” Pride, honor and mission accomplished. Goodbye Twitter France. What an adventure! Which team! What encounters! “, he was still content to tweet.
He had supported the laid-off employees
His previous message dated back to November 4 when Twitter, acquired by Elon Musk shortly before, had started a global wave of layoffs. ” All my thoughts, respect, energy and love to the tweeps around the world today. We’ve built the most amazing app on the planet together “, he wrote as well.
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This departure comes as the future of the blue bird social network seems very uncertain…
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