Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal handles coffee orders at co’s London HQ

Parag Agrawal, the CEO of microblogging company Twitter, was in the UK for a series of company events last week. Despite his busy schedule, he made time to serve his employees. Twitteratis

Your CEO could never… @paraga and @DaraNasr taking coffee orders from Twitter London… ❤️#LoveWhereYouWork ❤️ https://t.co/p6ci0pFbkv

— moni ?? (@moni_natasha) 1656494788000

Coffee orders were taken by Agrawal at Twitter’s London headquarters. The managing director of Twitter UK, Dara Nasar, was also present.

Another high-ranking Twitter official, chief financial officer Ned Segal, served cookies to go along coffee.

???? week @TwitterUK with @paraga and @nedsegal in town serving ☕️ ? and chats https://t.co/ribEW7MLMY

— Rebecca (@RebeccaW) 1656683316000

Twitter staff in the United Kingdom experienced a fun-filled week, complete with dinners and comedy events.

A joy to showcase diversity @TwitterDublin through human story of our extraordinary people, external impact & the p… https://t.co/66tklHRvLU

— Olivia McEvoy (@Olivia_McEvoy) 1656626336000

It was a very different scene from the upheaval the business went through in the months after Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, made an offer to buy it.

#selfie with @paraga ? https://t.co/wIDxU1BeUp

— Asmita Dulan (@aadulan) 1656609119000

On April 25, an agreement between the two entities was announced, leaving Twitter employees concerned about the company’s future.

The turbulent bid took several unexpected paths. Musk later stated that he was not persuaded by Twitter’s information regarding the prevalence of fake accounts on its site and that he would postpone the agreement until he had a more accurate picture of them.

One of Musk’s objectives for Twitter is the eradication of spam bots. If he buys the platform, he has also committed to providing it more freedom of speech.

Midway through June, he met with Twitter’s team and discussed his goal of having one billion users on the system, but he avoided being upfront and straightforward about possible layoffs.

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