This afternoon at 2:30pm Pacific Standard Time, Tesla will hold its annual shareholder meeting. Expect to hear updates from company leadership, including Elon Musk, on the latest and greatest public-facing data about the company. They typically provide a business update, a look at the financials for the past year, as well as provide a look into the future at what shareholders can expect from the company in the year ahead.
Finally, there will be time for Q&A from shareholders, which you can even do remotely. Tesla opened up a new say.com survey to give retail shareholders the ability to submit questions in advance.
ICYMI: Retail shareholders can submit and vote on the questions they want answered most ahead of our Annual Shareholder Meeting today. https://t.co/lXzAfdLxfr
— Tesla (@Tesla) June 11, 2019
Thankfully, you don’t have to make the trek up to the Bay Area and the Computer History Museum
(1401 N. Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043), where the event is being held, to see what transpires. Tesla is livestreaming the entire meeting so you can tune in from wherever you are, even if you are serving jury duty, like I am today.
The event kicks off at 2:30pm today, June 11th, so bring your popcorn and come back here to tune in from the cheap seats. If history is any indicator, you can be sure that the comments on CleanTechnica will be more engaging than what you will find on the actual livestream on Tesla’s YouTube channel.
Pro Tip: Head over to the Tesla livestream on YouTube and click the little bell icon that’s just below the video screen on the lower right. That will set you up to get a reminder when the event starts so you can tune in right on time.
All the official information for the meeting (and there isn’t much), can be found at: https://www.tesla.com/shareholdermeeting.
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