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Quality-Access to Success ; 24(194):304-312, 2023.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2321679

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The Covid-19 pandemic has significantly impacted various sectors, especially the global economy, resulting in limited MSME operations and fewer consumers who shopped directly compared to regular days. The new eco-friendly marketing system utilizing technology is a new obstacle for MSMEs in marketing their products because it relates to understanding, readiness, and ability to apply the technology. This study explores implementing an integrated ecofriendly marketing strategy model by MSME actors in Central Java in the context of economic recovery after the Covid-19 pandemic. This type of research is exploratory qualitative research with the subject of MSMEs in eco-friendly products in Central Java. The data collection technique used non-probability sampling (snowball sampling). The analysis starts with data reduction, data presentation, and summarization. The results of the study indicate that the implementation of the "ECO CUTY" solution model can be done in three ways, including (1) entrepreneurial skills;(2) institutional strengthening as an economic force to produce quality products;(3) sociopreneur skills. The implication of this research is to provide a multiplier effect by improving MSME business performance at the international level through the government's role in facilitating online single submission program management in order to monitor developments comprehensively so that governments can later adopt the successful implementation of the "ECO CUTY" model in other countries.

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Quality - Access to Success ; 23(190):342-354, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2146685

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The condition of consumer behavior of ethnic Chinese mothers in Indonesia, which has experienced significant changes due to the increasingly massive Covid-19 pandemic, uses the marketplace as a shopping medium. This condition has encouraged commercial growth and economic recovery after the Covid-19 pandemic. In this case, the growth of the modern market that attracts a large number of customers causes consumer purchasing decisions to be more spontaneous. This study aims to analyze the ability of positive emotions to mediate the relationship between the influence of shopping style, social factors, and sales promotion on online impulse buying. This research is exploratory quantitative research that uses purposive sampling in the sampling process. The criteria for the desired respondents are ethnic Chinese mothers who have purchased products online more than 7 times. This study's sample number was 1,357 respondents with data analysis techniques using path analysis (SEM). The analysis results show that there is a direct influence of shopping style, social factors, sales promotion on positive emotions and online impulse buying. This study also revealed that positive emotions were able to mediate the relationship between the influence of shopping style, social factors, and sales promotion on online impulse buying. © 2022, SRAC - Romanian Society for Quality. All rights reserved.

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