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Tesla reveals 2018 financial downfall pertaining Model 3 production

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Tesla reveals 2018 financial downfall pertaining Model 3 production

After Tesla burnt through a huge amount of capital investment in the last few years, the company finally managed to strike some profit in 2018 September quarter. This figure on its own wasn’t substantial enough. When this dust settled from the capital loss, the company saw a net income of $312 Million.

This feat accomplished by Tesla was something many top rankers from the automotive industry claimed an impossible task. Interestingly, during the early half of the year, the company was completely set to lose it. During the interview conducted with Axios, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla stated that the company was pitching in its finances in an effort to boost the production of its Model 3 vehicles. The company was plagued with various production issues when it boiled down to Model 3. This situation was actually traced back all the way to the company’s uncalculated reliance on the automation system.

Musk also mentioned that at a certain point of time, the company was on the brink of death while the engineers toiled trying to boost the production. The company was stripping money at a substantial rate. To reverse this dropdown, Musk and his team worked for hours on the run. The CEO also mentioned that he worked hard for 120 hours per week.

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Hong Kong Helps SME Business Worldwide To Survive After Post-Covid

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With businesses being forced to close in response to the global pandemic, it has placed significant pressure on their survival. However, as borders close and COVID-19 reshapes the business landscape, many organizations are moving online, leading to an e-commerce boom. This has seen Hong Kong significantly benefit from these changing practices.

Since the outbreak began, there has been a large number of inquiries from companies looking to register theirbusiness online. Many people are now looking to open e-commerce businesses, with drop shipping allowing them to resell almost any product globally.

While Covid was first discovered from China, China has become the first to recover from the Pandemic. Many factories now have an abundance of products ready for shipping, giving companies the chance to buy at a very cheap rate and immediately start selling items on their e-commerce store.

During an interview with Brian Yiu, acompany formation specialist at Get Started HK, he mentioned that “Hong Kong has become a popular place for e-commerce. Many choose to register their companies in Hong Kong, so they can enjoy a better rate and margins when dealing with Asianpartners.”

In fact, the pandemic has given many entrepreneurs a big lesson. Once a city is under lockdown, businesses are forced to close. We should never put all eggs in one basket again.We must look into the Asian market and secure a reliable reserve back up supply chain. We should also target global clients and create additional sources of income.

In the post Covid-19 world, face-to-face contacts are no longer necessary for business. Online business will become the new norm. As the world begins to move back to normal and lockdowns ease, Hong Kong is in a unique position to be the epicenter for a re-globalization effect. More business will go online, and Hong Kong will probably attract more foreign SME businesses due to its strategic location. The city is likely to become the top e-commerce business hub in Asia sooner or later.

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