This Indian-origin CEO serves coffee to employees!

    Parag Agrawal, the Indian-origin Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Twitter, was recently pictured serving coffee to his employees.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Jul 04 2022, 14:12 IST
    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal serve coffee to employees at London HQ.
    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal serve coffee to employees at London HQ. (AFP)
    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal serve coffee to employees at London HQ.
    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal serve coffee to employees at London HQ. (AFP)

    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal is winning hearts on the internet after his pictures serving coffee to company's employees surfaced online. Last week, Indian-origin Agrawal visited the UK to attend a few business events and during one such event, he was seen taking coffee orders from his staff. He was also accompanied by Dara Nasar, the managing director of Twitter, UK, and Ned Segal, the CFO. Segal was pictured offering cookies. Pictures of Agrawal taking coffee orders surfaced online immediately. Segal too has shared a selfie on Twitter where Agrawal can be seen taking orders from employees. He tweeted, “Good to be in the @TwitterUK office for a quick visit this morning!”

    Not only this, Agrawal performed a stand-up act alongside Dara Nasar to entertain the employees. Photos from the event were shared on social media where the duo can be seen interacting on a stage as the MD seems to be setting the CEO up for a joke.

    Agrawal took control of the company in November 2021, after Twitter's founder Jack Dorsey left the firm.

    Agrawal's fun meet with the UK Twitter team took place amid the chaos sparked by Twitter takeover intent expressed by the world's richest person and Tesla CEO Elon Musk for the whopping amount of $44 million. Musk had surprised everyone by announcing the deal on April 25 via a tweet. The news left Twitter employees as well as some of the users anxious about the future of the company.

    However, a few days later Musk announced that the deal has been put on hold till the company gives him the exact number of bots and spam accounts on the platform. The deal is still simmering with many analysts indicating Musk may be having second thoughts about the deal. Analysts say Musk may have erred when he offered $44 bn as the amount is way too much. Meanwhile, Agrawal was also in the news for firing two top executives of Twitter back in May 2022.

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    First Published Date: 04 Jul, 13:32 IST
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