Business briefing

The business briefing section offers news and updates from around the vapour industry. It focus mainly on companies and brands, global business, technology advancements and more. In addition, our news stories cover individual company updates, including everything from investment news and legal battles to sales revenue changes. It also covers technological and medical innovations taking place around the world.

Vaping product trends in the US

Written by ECigIntelligence || 19th November 2020 || Business briefing |

North America
United States
Market Research
Business briefing
Carlo Infurna Wangüemert, market analyst, presented vaping product trends in the US at Vape Live during VOXPO – Virtual Online Vape & CBD Expo on 19th November. He analysed the changes in flavour and nicotine concentration of the...

Arizona granted $22.5m judgement against out-of-business Eonsmoke

Written by ECigIntelligence || 18th August 2020 || Business briefing |

Arizona
North America
United States
Companies
FDA
Regulation and Legislation
Business briefing
US e-liquid manufacturer Eonsmoke, which recently announced that it had ceased all operations, has been ordered to pay $22.5m to the state of Arizona for selling unapproved vapour products ...

Consumer habits across the UK market

Written by ECigIntelligence || 4th August 2020 || Business briefing |

Europe
United Kingdom
World
Market Research
Business briefing
Stavroula Anastasopoulou, our senior market analyst, discussed consumer habits across the UK market at Vape Live during VOXPO - Virtual Online Vape & CBD Expo on 31st...

‘95% safer’ or ‘just as bad’? How does the argument on vaping stand?

Written by Marc Beishon || 4th May 2020 || Business briefing |

Europe
France
Italy
North America
United Kingdom
United States
COVID-19
Health
Policy and Politics
Science
Business briefing
Widely publicised linkages with the coronavirus are just the latest manifestation of distrust of vaping, in the public-health community as well as the media. So how does that “95% safer than smoking” view hold up? ...