Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal Unveils New Year's Eve 'War Room' Snaps, Sparks Social Media Storm


While Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal celebrated the company's triumphs on December 31, some corners of the internet weren't impressed, trolling him for having the team working on a special occasion.

Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal Unveils New Year's Eve 'War Room
Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal 

As the curtains closed on 2023, Zomato stole the spotlight with a record-breaking surge in daily orders. CEO Deepinder Goyal set the stage ablaze, flooding the digital realm with triumphant posts on December 31. However, not everyone joined the celebration – a slice of the internet criticized Goyal for putting the team to work on this special occasion.

With snapshots from Zomato's vibrant office, including a peek into the so-called 'war room,' Goyal's post ignited a flurry of disappointed comments from the online audience.

some of the comments are :

“This is not an achievement. This shows your product is not at par and you are making people work on weekend. Planning and execution of project looks damn poor,” an X user wrote. 

“Pretty shameless to put out a photo of managers chit-chatting to hide the fact that it’s only the 'delivery partners' working without any break for new year. And quite dense to call it a 'war room' when an actual war (genocide) is happening elsewhere in the world,” an X user wrote reacting to Goyal’s post.

 Simultaneously, a viral post spotlighting work culture in Europe sparked a lively conversation about the startup ethos in India.A user, X, captivated attention by sharing a screenshot of a notification from Getir, a grocery delivery platform, announcing a temporary pause in operations at 7 pm on New Year's Eve. Alongside the image, the user remarked, "While Indian hyperlocal startups gear up for their war rooms—think Swiggy, Zomato, Blinkit, and others—prepared to tackle peak demand today, here's what's happening in Europe


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