Tim Phillips, ECigIntelligence’s managing director, joins Jon Bruford to discuss the key developments coming up in 2021 and the drivers that shape the market – including the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, shifts in consumer preferences and business enforcements – as well as challenges and opportunities. To obtain more data and analysis from the industry, […]
Who isn’t glad to see the back of 2020? ECigIntelligence looks back on what a generally cataclysmic year has meant for the world of e-cigarettes, from flavour bans to taxation, with Juul in the dock and China on the rise
ECigIntelligence has conducted a survey of US vape stores each year since 2016; here we present the findings of our 2020 survey in detail, including an analysis of how EVALI and COVID-19 have affected business
The Polish tax authorities are to intensify their enforcement actions to ensure industry complies with the new excise tax rate on e-liquids and novel tobacco products that came into force on 1st October
Our managing director, Tim Phillips, recently discussed how COVID-19 influences the nicotine market at the Nicotine Cannabis Strategies Europe, which took place online on 10th September. Tim presents the COVID-19 and EVALI impact on the market and on Europe in general, plus some other European developments from this year. He also provides an overview of […]
The scientific committee of the European Commission is to delay delivery of its conclusions on vaping, which will inform the impact assessment on the revision of the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD)
This interactive tracking tool presents online traffic changes in the vape retail sector across 32 countries, including analysis of total online traffic evolution per country, total regional online traffic by retailer type, and changes in domestic traffic.
Our survey report provides an overview of e-cigarette consumer habits in the UK and analyses the future of the country’s vaping sector, including our forecast of how it is likely to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic
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?
The postponement of the 2020 Conference of the Parties (COP9) to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) to next year could be good news for the tobacco alternatives sector
Vaping businesses in the US state of New Jersey, already crunched by the coronavirus pandemic, now say they need to make radical changes to stay afloat under a state ban on the sale of flavoured e-cigs
A large grouping of non-profit and health organisations has called on Indonesian president Joko Widodo to take a stricter stance against e-cigarettes and other tobacco products in the battle against COVID-19
The sweeping response to the global COVID-19 pandemic has had an uneven impact on the US vaping sector, with some stores being forced to close while others respond in novel ways to government restrictions
An increase in online sales has been one of the most notable consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak on the vaping industry across Europe, as the sector continues to battle market disruptions and shop closures
With president Donald Trump announcing social distancing and other measures being extended until the end of April it seems unlikely many US state legislatures will choose to end their adjournments soon
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has requested a 120-day extension to the deadline for premarket tobacco product applications (PMTAs) due to the challenges that the coronavirus outbreak is posing to companies