Is the Twitter France President Stepping Down a Result of Elon Musk’s Influence

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Last Updated on November 21, 2022 by Bitfinsider

Damien Viel, the regional manager for Twitter in France, quit his job. Ahead of possible layoffs at the struggling platform, he made his significant announcement in a tweet. Notably, Viel had been in charge of the French Twitter team for a continuous seven years.

In sweeping layoffs that affected a large portion of the company’s management, Musk already reduced the employment of Twitter in half. Musk is now mulling additional layoffs that might start as early as Monday. People with knowledge of the situation say that they will likely concentrate on the company’s alliances and sales.

A lot of employees in the Paris office, which had fewer than 50 workers before being taken over by entrepreneur Elon Musk last month, are concentrated on building relationships with advertisers.

The head of Twitter France announced his resignation on Twitter and added, “It’s done. Pride, honour, and a mission accomplished.”

Source: Twitter

Regarding the amount of Twitter employees still based in Paris as well as the reasons behind Viel’s departure, Viel opted not to comment.

As per the sources, once Musk bought the social media network and revised its content standards, Paris-based design firm Balenciaga deleted its account and joined other businesses in departing Twitter last week. Other businesses have stopped running advertisements on the site, including General Motors, Volkswagen, Pfizer, and General Mills.

The hashtag #RIPTwitter became popular on Twitter as people made predictions about the service’s death. Some users joked that the company had just one remaining employee while others uploaded memes of gravestones with the caption “Mr. Musk killed the service.” Some individuals said that they were transferring to other social networking sites. In the midst of the “RIP Twitter” craze on Twitter, Binance CEO Changpeng Zao (CZ) speaks out in favor of Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

The CEO of Binance emphasized the significance of FUD in relation to Twitter (fear, uncertainty, and doubt). Binance’s top employee said: “The more successful you are, the more people FUD about you.”

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