Former Uber exec Emil Michael explains the rise in ‘quick commerce’ delivery

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Former Uber exec Emil Michael explains the rise in ‘quick commerce’ delivery” – below is their description.

Emil Michael, former Uber chief business officer, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss ‘quick commerce’ as the delivery trend takes off, how ‘quick commerce’ companies will create a business ‘moat’ and what inventory these companies hold.

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