Revenues and confidence rise for US vape store owners

Confidence is on the rise amongst US vape store owners as Covid restrictions ease and the negative impact of EVALI on customer confidence appears to have significantly declined, according to ECigIntelligence’s annual online survey of vape stores in the US.

US vape store sales revenue increased by nearly 15% in 2021 compared with the previous year and the average (mean) turnover reported by respondents in 2021 was over $35,000 monthly, a growth of nearly 15% since 2020.

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1 Executive summary 2 Introduction 3 US vape store survey 2021 respondents 4 Revenue 5 Reasons for changes in revenue 6 PACT Act impact 7 Product mix in store 8 Impact of PMTA 9 Products in store 10 Outlook for the industry

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      Confidence is on the rise amongst US vape store owners as Covid restrictions ease and the negative impact of EVALI on customer confidence appears to have significantly declined, according to ECigIntelligence’s annual online survey of vape stores in the US.

      US vape store sales revenue increased by nearly 15% in 2021 compared with the previous year and the average (mean) turnover reported by respondents in 2021 was over $35,000 monthly, a growth of nearly 15% since 2020.

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