The car company, Tesla, will be in the next few years, will disappear, or at least 80% of the value of the losses. That does Scott Galloway, a professor at the university of New York at the time. Tesla is too small to compete with the big brands, and this is his explanation for it.
by Scott Galloway is a professor at the city University of New York, where he was a marketing lecturer in MBA college students. It is thought to be an excellent professor. He predicted that the American supermarket chain Whole Foods, which was to be taken over by Amazon, which by 2017 will also happen.
Now to he re-created a buzz of attention with a eenblogpostwaarin he’s talking about overrated ‘unicorns’, or publicly traded companies with a value of more than $ 1 billion.
Galloway, predicts that the company, by billionaire Elon Musk, is coming to an end, or at the very least 80% of the value will go down. He believes, however, that the Model of the world – in a good way – it has been changed. However, he believes that the company does not have the resources to compete with the big boys.