Q-COMMERCE THE NEXT GENERATION E-COMMERCE

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Keywords
quick commerce, delivery-on-demand, e-commerce, dark warehouse

Abstract
Q-commerce is a product of the integration of information and communication technologies and the migration of product exchange in the online environment, which in combination with the possibilities of physical delivery within a relatively short period of time, creates a new business segment for product exchange. In the course of the article, general and specific methods such as the descriptive method, situational and content analysis are used. This paper presents the nature, features, status and future development of Q-commerce as the next generation of e-commerce. Q-commerce is a business model that is gaining momentum, which is a product of rapid development and penetration of digital technologies in human and business life, increasing concentration of urban population, anti-epidemic restrictions imposed during the pandemic of COVID-19.

JEL: L81, L87, F14.
Pages: 18

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