After Tesla's sudden clutter of plans to close stores and all-in with online car sales, Elon Musk sent an email to his employees to explain the situation. Electrek received copies of the message and Business Insider reports on its content, which still does not give much information about the exact information about potential closures and cuts. In the message, Muss said to the staff:
̵1; Stores with a high percentage of visits and which lead to significant sales will not be closed. It will make no sense to do so except in rare cases when the rent is absurdly high. In addition, Tesla will continue to open stores around the world that meet the above criteria.
– Stores that are on site with low visits (ie empty most of their working time) and leading to low sales will gradually be closed. This is analogous to the seeds of barren land.
– Stores that are somewhere in the middle will be evaluated over time to find out that there is some way they can afford to cover their costs. If they are, they will remain open, otherwise they will not. However, these stores will have a fair opportunity to prove their case.
The above principles also apply to the sales team. No one who is a major participant in the search generation will be released. It made no sense. Sometimes, however, in a company with 45,000 people, things happen that make no sense.
It is obviously designed to soothe high-performance traders and those of well-performing places, but without specific indicators they can still feel restless. So far, Tesla has higher prices, and a number of retail outlets remain open, but any non-consecutive locations are potentially in the cutting unit as they focus on more efficient online sales processes.