13th September 2018 | Marketing & retailing |
Sydney: traditional retail Sydney: vape stores
Vape shops are springing up across Japan, attracting a mix of those wanting to quit smoking and gadget-loving hobbyists, despite a ban on nicotine e-liquid and the most developed heat-not-burn (HnB) sector in the world
Ethics, health and humour are three of the most popular ways e-cigarette companies are trying to market their brands in New Zealand, as the promise of legalisation brings with it the threat of regulation to come
E-cigarette importers and retailers across the Middle East appear to be doing thriving business, despite various prohibitions that have been imposed in countries across the region
In a move welcomed by both public health officials and vape stores, New Zealand’s second-largest supermarket group has begun trialling the sale of non-nicotine e-cigarettes in a bid to make up for falling tobacco sales
ECigIntelligence meets some of the small manufacturers and traders characteristic of the fragmented and colourful Filipino e-cigarette market
A new market report from ECigIntelligence reveals the growth in global internet traffic to heated tobacco websites since the launch of heat-not-burn products by some Big Tobacco companies
The launch of PMI’s heated tobacco device iQOS in South Africa has had a positive reaction even from potential competitors, who hope it will increase general awareness of alternatives to combustible cigarettes.
An Australian Federal Court decision against three e-cigarette retailers has added a note of caution but little clarity to what companies can say or do on their websites.
Companies looking to use health claims in South African e-cigarette advertising must present robust scientific data for every device, according to a new ruling.
The government of New Zealand has confirmed that it plans to legalise nicotine-containing e-cigarettes, and embed harm reduction concepts into law.
BAT says its Glo heat-not-burn product will be available in Japan from mid-December. It is running a test trial in one city before launching the product nationwide.
Japan Tobacco (JTI) has ramped up production of its Ploom Tech e-cigarette in preparation for a nationwide launch across Japan, following successful trials in the city of Fukuoka.
Two new studies out of Canada come to different conclusions for the motivations of adults and children in taking up vaping.
Three Singaporean e-cig retailers have been fined for attempting to import and sell e-cig hardware in the country.
Two e-cigarette retailers face Australian court proceedings after the country’s consumer watchdog filed charges alleging they had made false and misleading claims about the safety of their products.
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