Deluxe UK report collection

2,500.00$

This large collection of in-depth reports and data examines multiple aspects of the UK market and its regulation.

Reports in the collection include:

Market analysis

  • UK e-cig market October 2015 (30 pages)
  • UK e-cigarette pricing online and offline (14 pages)
  • E-cig brands sold in UK mainstream retailers (18 pages)
  • ECigIntelligence – UK vape store geographical breakdown and analysis (18 pages)

 

Regulatory analysis

  • UK gears up for fragmented TPD transposition (32 pages)
  • E-cigarettes in the UK – regulations politics and consultations (20 pages)

 

Data in the collection includes:

  • Top UK offline brands distribution data October 2015
  • UK online pricing analysis – August 2015
  • UK online pricing analysis September 2015
  • UK vape store summary data – October 2015

 

Together these reports and data provide the most complete picture available for the current state of the UK e-cigarette market – a must read for anyone interested in the British sector.

 

Description

Report contents:

The UK e-cigarette market, October 2015

Executive summary • Market size and growth • Form factors • Number of e-cigarette users • Frequency of use • Online • Pricing • Online pricing changes since 2014 • Website classification analysis • Ranking changes 2014-2015 • Offline • Pricing, vape stores • Pricing, tracked channels • Distribution • Tracked channels split • ECF data • Offline brands • Bridging the gap • Methodology and points to take into consideration • Appendix 1 – Full ranking list

UK e-cigarette pricing through online and offline channels

• Executive summary • Online pricing • Online pricing: cigalikes • Online pricing: tanks • Pricing trends • Offline pricing: vape shops • Offline pricing: mainstream retail • Appendix: online retailers studied

E-cig brands sold in the UK’s mainstream retailers

Executive summary • Introduction • Totals • Geographical split • Points of sale per 300 square kilometres • Points of sale per one million inhabitants • Type of store split • Other considerations • Population and area breakdown

UK vape store geographical breakdown and analysis

Executive summary • Introduction • Vape stores: geographic distribution • Vape stores: geographical coverage • Vape stores: population coverage • Multiple (chain) retailers • Comparison with other countries • Conclusions • Appendix 1: summary table • Appendix 2: regional focus of five large multiple retailers • Appendix 3: distribution of vape stores in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales

Regulatory report: UK gears up for fragmented TPD transposition

Executive summary • Regulatory landscape • Devolved administrations • England • Scotland • Wales • Northern Ireland • National regulatory framework • Current situation • Near-future situation • Near-future situation in devolved administrations • Scotland • Wales • Northern Ireland • Graphic: British regulatory changes according to current proposals • Product categorisation • Information requirements • Obligation to notify • Annual reporting obligation • Vigilance duty obligation • Additional obligations in UK devolved countries • Scotland • Wales • Retail channels (cross-border sales) • Current situation • Near-future situation • Age restrictions • Current situation • Near-future situation • Devolved administrations • Product and packaging restrictions • Current situation • Near-future situation • Labelling and information requirements • Current situation • Near-future situation • Public usage • Current situation • 2016 onwards • Wales • Scotland • Northern Ireland • Advertising and marketing restrictions • Current • Near future • Devolved governments • Case law • Taxation • Enforcement

E-cigarettes in the UK: regulations, politics, and consultations

Introduction • Section 1 – Relevant consumer and safety laws • Section 2 – BCAP/CAP rules and ASA’s enforcement • The BCAP/CAP code • The ASA’s Enforcement of advertising rules • Section 3 – The position of relevant medical organisations towards e-cigs • Against tougher regulations (favourable to e-cigs) • In favour of tougher regulations (negative towards e-cigs) • Section 4 – Politics and e-cigs in Britain and the British nations • United Kingdom • Scotland • Wales • Northern Ireland • Section 5 – Summary of consultation questions • Section 6 – Information sought by the regulator in the UK consultation process • Graphic: how UK e-cigarette regulation will change

Photos:

Amateur photography by Michel

Giuseppe Milo

Cory Doctorow

 

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