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03/13/2017

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Martin Buuri Kaburia

Thoughtful indeed

Jean-Claude

In today's marketplace, standardization of products is the major key to a successful business. Tesla should learn the strategy Fax machines did decades ago in order to be successful.Coopersmith brings up two interesting points. one, royalty, the other one is compatibility in standardization that made Fax machines to be able to compete in the marketplace, and i think that's what electric car-manufacturers need to do if they want to win against the popular combustion cars.

Sean-Paul Turner


I believe that we are stuck on oil and gas powered vehicles that have such a high profit and demand that they won't be replaced completely anytime in the near future. Electric is a viable mode of transportation, but I don't see the connection between the fax machine and an electric car. I mean sure, they both are electric and need to be plugged in for charging. Each machine can only be so good for their price. If they made the electric cars too well, than the auto industry would see a collapse in sales and production.

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