Its over The head of the French Twitter office announced

“It’s over”: The head of the French Twitter office announced his resignation

The large-scale downsizing initiated by the new Twitter owner Elon Musk (Elon Musk) was not limited to American employees. Previously, the Twitter division in India was almost completely reduced, and in the European direction, the head of the company’s French branch, Damien Viel, unwittingly announced the nearness of such changes, announcing his resignation on Sunday. “its end“Will wrote to thank his colleagues for their work together.

    Image source: Dominique Faget, AFP, Getty Images

Image source: Dominique Faget, AFP, Getty Images

Ville (pictured right) ran Twitter France for about seven years, leading a team of no more than 50 people. According to information Bloomberg, today Elon Musk will start a new phase of downsizing on a global scale, focusing on specialists in the field of interaction with corporate clients and advertisers. Damien Ville declined to comment on the circumstances that contributed to his decision to leave Twitter, as well as to discuss the number of employees in France who remain after Elon Musk’s reforms.

Recall that late last week Musk only offered to stay on Twitter to employees who are motivated to keep working hard to radically reform the social platform itself. At the same time, he tried to enlist the help of specialists who were involved in creating the code for this social network, inviting them to personal meetings on Friday and Saturday. Twitter’s offices were closed to most employees on Friday as management similarly opposed giving fired employees access to proprietary information for the second time since late October. Some experts have expressed concern that cutting technical staff to ensure Twitter’s viability could have disastrous consequences for the functioning of the platform.


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