BYJU’S CEO, Byju Raveendran, sent an email to the company’s employees stating that their deal with Lionel Messi eventually worked out.
BYJU’S, an ed-tech start-up company, appointed Messi as their global brand ambassador. However, the move came under massive scrutiny as just a month earlier, the company had laid down 2,500 of its employees, five percent of their 50,000 workforce.
They also recorded a financial loss of 4,589 crores (rupees) in the financial year 2021. The sum is the largest ever recorded by an Indian start-up.
Raveendran, however, is adamant that the deal with Lionel Messi worked out well for his organization. He sent an email to employees that read (via Business Today):
Despite France losing to Argentina in the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi shone for their respective countries. Messi bagged a brace and Mbappe scored a hat-trick during the game.
The Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) no. 7 recently told the media that he has spoken with his club teammate since the pulsating encounter. He said (via Hindustan Times):
Messi, meanwhile, is still in Argentina. The 35-year-old recently issued a statement apologizing to the people of his hometown Rosario. He said (via Daily Mail):
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