This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence June 2019 France market report, which looks at the impact of tobacconists on the availability of vaping products.
ECigIntelligence conducted interviews to examine the convenience store retail channel in Quebec. This graphic comes from the corresponding ECigIntelligence June 2019 Quebec market report.
Facebook has unveiled a new policy that limits content related to alcohol and tobacco, including e-cigarettes, in users’ posts
Tobacco 21 legislation is once again a top political discussion in various US states. A new law that raises the legal age for purchasing tobacco products will come into effect in four months in New York state, and Delaware has just enforced similar legislation.
The e-cig market in South Africa is worth ZAR450m in 2019 ($32.3m) and growing, with 150,000 vapers in the country and an estimated 55,000 daily users (around 36%). Check out the new ECigIntelligence report, looking across the top 20 online retailers and the market breakdown
This ECigIntelligence market snapshot for Spain covers key indicators such as recent, present and predicted market size, an indication of regulation level and an overview of the top available brands
French bodies representing both vaping manufacturers and tobacconists have launched an awareness campaign to promote the message that vaping is exclusively for adults
In our latest look at the Spanish e-cig market, we considers the reasons behind the market’s recovery and what the future might hold
The number of vape stores in Germany continues to rise as the vaping population increases and customers move offline to shop in retail outlets, analysis by ECigIntelligence reveals
More tobacconists in France are increasing their range of vape products, as anticipated in earlier analysis by ECigIntelligence
Juul has widened its retail presence in the UK, with its devices now available in 357 branches of major supermarket chain Asda
Around 70% of French tobacconists offer vaping products; ECigIntelligence believes the channel generates around 15-20% of all vape sales in France. The market is growing; we found out how and why
Our analysis of vape stores in Quebec, Canada, revealed that independent stores sell a larger range of vaping products than chain stores. Closed systems are the dominant type of e-cigarettes and Vype was the most mentioned brand, followed by Juul and Logic
As the effects of the TPD begin to be felt in Belgium, we take a look at how the e-cig market is evolving in 2019
Reynolds American and Juul Labs have both launched major TV campaigns in the US promoting their respective vaping devices
We explore how vaping products fare in smoke and head shops in the US, the penetration of vaping products in these shops, which brands were popular, and how the channel may change
With recent changes to legislation and taxation effecting Italy’s e-cig industry, we take an in-depth look at the country’s vape stores
In the growing Italian heated tobacco market two big brands are vying for shelf-space: IQOS and Glo
Juul Labs, the most infamous emblem of the vaping industry for American regulators and control activists, is considering opening its own US stores
Various US jurisdictions have adopted new tax regimes or amended existing ones that treat e-cigs like tobacco products in order to fight youth uptake
Juul Labs has entered into a partnership with French manufacturer J Well to distribute its popular device across the country from 1st June
This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence December 2018 Germany market report.
In our latest look at the Italian market we investigate the impact of recent regulatory changes on the industry and vaping population
This report explores consumer e-liquid preferences, choices and behaviours based on our consumer survey conducted in December 2018. As the respondents were members of the Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association (CASAA), we believe most respondents were interested in the vaping sector and would potentially have higher levels of consumption
The US FDA has given its approval for Philip Morris International (PMI)’s IQOS in the US, along with its associated consumables ― the first heated-tobacco products to be so approved
In our latest look at the Japanese market, we find that there are now more heated tobacco than e-cigarette users. There has been a steady decline of the vape market through 2017-2019, and a larger share of sales are going through the online channel
This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence January 2019 France market report.
This graphic is from a report compiled from an ECigIntelligence survey in which we conducted an analysis of current vapers in Russia. We looked at different consumer groups and compared where they preferred to buy products.
In our latest look at the French market we find that the French notification list now contains more than 30,000 vapour products, and consists mostly of e-liquids with more than 800 brands — the majority of which are French
This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence December 2018 market report on Russia.
This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence December 2018 market report on Russia.
This graphic comes from the ECigIntelligence March 2019 market report on Canada.
ECigIntelligence’s director of market analysis, Eva Antal, presents key findings from our advanced vaper survey undertaken in 2018 in the US
Austrian tobacconists, hit by falling cigarette sales, could find salvation in the growing market for e-cigarettes and other tobacco alternatives
Pressure on the US vapour industry has increased yet again. Local legislators in San Francisco are attempting to ban e-cig sales entirely, while the FDA commissioner is pondering more action against pods
As much as 90% of the US e-cigarette market could be forced out of business by the FDA’s restrictions on flavours in e-liquids, according to an industry insider
British American Tobacco’s (BAT) 2018 financial results were driven by its reduced risk portfolio, which includes products such as Vuse and Vype and Glo
In our latest look at the American market, we can see that there is increased competition within the e-liquids market as more products and brands become available online, while a trend for purchasing 100 ml bottles has emerged as consumers look for more value per ml
A science committee at the FDA has approved a reduced-risk claim for snuff, a decision which may raise hopes that the agency is willing to accept some tobacco products as safer than others
In our latest look at how vape stores are faring in Russia, we find that the bigger share of revenue is generated by e-liquids rather than hardware, and the popularity of zero nicotine and bigger bottles of e-liquids has increased since last year
In our latest look at the French market, we find that since last year, the range of pods and ultra-portables has increased from 13 to 31 brands. The market is currently dominated by open pods, where ultra-portables were leading the year before
Japan Tobacco (JT) is launching two new heat-not-burn (HnB) devices in the Japanese market on 29th January as it tries to catch up with Philip Morris International (PMI)’s IQOS and British American Tobacco (BAT)’s Glo in its home territory.
The new devices will heat tobacco to higher temperatures than JT’s existing Ploom Tech, delivering stronger tastes, something consumers have called for, according to a company spokesperson.
In our latest look at the Greek market, we find Greek vapers prefer open system devices, the offline channel currently generates more sales and electronic cigarettes are now more widely available compared to previous years
E-liquids made by independent British manufacturer Vape Dinner Lady are to become available in more mainstream high-street shops across the UK with a deal to supply convenience store chain Spar
This regulatory report on Ireland includes updates on labelling and packaging, upcoming restrictions on retail, including a ban on sales to minors, public usage, advertising and marketing, and taxation
This report on Israel includes updates on near-future regulation involving age restrictions, product restrictions, labelling and packaging, obligation to notify, retail channels, public usage, advertising and marketing
British American Tobacco (BAT) has announced the launch of two new models of electronic cigarette that will be added to the company’s vaping portfolio.
The devices, called iSwitch and iSwitch Maxx, are the first to use efficient puretech blade technology, rather than the traditional coil and wick heating system.
New changes to the Information Technology Act aim to block any information on the internet promoting e-cigarettes to residents of India.
This week, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) proposed an amendment to the Draft of the Information Technology Intermediary Guidelines Rules, which obliges any intermediary or internet-based service provider to inform users not to “host, display, upload, modify, publish, transmit, update or share any information that (…) threatens public health or safety; promotion of cigarettes or any other tobacco products or consumption of intoxicant including alcohol and Electronic Nicotine Delivery System (ENDS).”
In our latest look at the Russian market we can see that most purchases of hardware were made in vape stores, the average spend on hardware was higher offline, advanced systems remain the most used form factor and choices of hardware brands are more fragmented than a year ago
This regulatory report on the Czech Republic includes updates on the regulatory landscape, product restrictions, labelling and packaging, obligation to notify, public usage, taxation, and enforcement