There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United Kingdom or the advanced search page. ECigIntelligence’s Dan Irwin-Brown and Nikita Dzhain have compiled a fascinating report detailing the breadth of product available at UK online e-cigarette vendors, using a sample of over 1400 E-liquid products and more than 140 […]
The e-cigarette world in 2016 will be overshadowed by regulation. But the story will not just be about compliance. The market and the products themselves are rapidly evolving even without the influence of law-makers. So requirements like the TPD and the deeming regulations merely add a further twist to an already complex outlook.
Here you can download ECigIntelligence’s in-depth data spreadsheet on online e-cigarette pricing in Poland. It’s a key part of the Polish market – along with shopping malls – and prices are extremely competitive. Our spreadsheet contains pricing information on: e-liquid, tank starter kits, tank clearomisers, cigalike starter kits, disposable e-cigs and more. Download the […]
The report provides a comprehensive overview for the e-liquid products that are available in the top ten online vendors in the UK using a sample of over 1400 e-liquid products and more than 140 brands. Insight is given into factors such as the number of products available the top five multi-brand online vendors, how many products belong to specific flavour categories and countries of origin of these products. In addition, analysis is also made on the brand level showing how many products do e-liquid brands have and examples of how brands have different product ranges to appeal to different consumers.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for Germany or the advanced search page. ECigIntelligence’s Nikita Dzhain and Dan Irwin-Brown bring you an up-to-date analysis of the underdeveloped German e-cig market, with an invaluable accompanying Excel document packed with data. This includes pricing across all form factors – and how that […]
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for Poland or the advanced search page. Executive summary The Polish e-cigarette market for 2015 is expected to be worth PLN541m (Polish zloty) (€126m, $144m). The small growth (7%) in the market from 2014 to 2015 can be attributed […]
Professor Linda Bauld, an expert in public health policy, has criticised a number of articles reporting on evidence she gave to the devolved governments of Scotland saying they completely misrepresent her position.
Hungary’s transposition of the EU Tobacco Products Directive will do away with the current mandatory pharmaceutical licensing requirement for e-cigarettes – which has resulted in no nicotine-containing products being legal in the country – and allow them to be sold as consumer products. As this great change approaches, our in-depth report on Hungary includes: Regulatory landscape • Current national regulatory framework • Age restrictions • Packaging and product restrictions • Notification requirements • Retailing restrictions (including cross-border and distance sales) • Public usage • Advertising and marketing restrictions • Taxation • Case law • Enforcement • The missing pieces of the TPD jigsaw • Graphic: how Hungarian e-cigarette regulation will change
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United States or the advanced search page. ECigIntelligence’s Ryan McCrossan reports on the current failure of convenience stores in the northeast U.S. as a viable outlet for e-cigs compared to the more expensive vape stores. Below you can click to download […]
Executive summary • Introduction • Why an electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) product requires a PMTA: distinction among ENDS products, components/parts, and accessories; three pathways to market approval; concerns about the grandfather date • Guidance for industry: information on premarket tobacco product applications (PMTA) and the submission process • Public health considerations: scientific evidence, comparative analysis, voluntary restrictions on sale and distribution, nicotine exposure warnings, child-resistant packaging, alternatives to new scientific studies, government-sponsored databases, non-U.S. randomised controlled clinical trials, literature reviews or reports • FDA enforcement for manufacturers and retailers: enforcement limited to finished tobacco products; independent vapour shops considered as tobacco product manufacturers • Appendix 1: definitions • Appendix 2: submitting a PMTA
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for Germany or the advanced search page. Executive summary Third-party estimates regarding e-cigarette usage in Germany vary enormously. ECigIntelligence views the German market to still be developing and estimates the total number of adult vapers to be 1 million in […]
This spreadsheet provides in-depth information on the distribution of the top offline brands in the UK, exclusively for ECigIntelligence subscribers. It complements our new reports containing comprehensive coverage of the e-cigarette sector in the UK. Click here to download Data in depth: top offline brands distribution data.
The first convincing evidence of a causal link between under-age vaping and tobacco use has delivered a shock to those who favour banning sales to minors: e-cigarettes may actually reduce teen smoking.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United Kingdom or the advanced search page. To provide further insight on the developing UK regulatory scene for e-cigarettes, we have collated this in-depth companion to Regulatory report: UK gears up for fragmented TPD transposition for ECigIntelligence readers. […]
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United States or the advanced search page. The images on this page relate to the vape stores chapter in the report In depth: C-stores & vape shops in the Northeast U.S.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United States or the advanced search page. Executive summary C-store decline: the significant decline in sales of e-cigs through convenience stores (c-stores) tracked in the US over the last month can be explained by poor merchandising of products […]
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United Kingdom or the advanced search page. Executive summary Of the seven big offline brands studied, Blu, E-Lites, and 10 Motives have a large percentage of the total distribution points. The five most saturated regions in the UK […]
An e-cigarette industry association this week claimed to be in possession of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s forthcoming deeming regulations, but the provenance and authenticity of the brief excerpts that it published remain unclear.
The state of Washington has brought charges against e-cigarette firms for wrongly claiming organic status on their products. This move is part of a wider trend by state attorneys general to crack down on marketing of e-cigarette products without e-cig specific legislation in place.
The UK market in 2015 is estimated to be worth around £445million (€619m/$682m), with projected growth of 15% over the next two years. There has been a significant shift to tank, with usage of tanks now at 68% of the vaping population.
There may be more recent ECigIntelligence reports on this territory. Please visit the home page for the United Kingdom or the advanced search page. Executive summary The Northwest region scored the highest on all three metrics: absolute number of vape shops, vape shops per capita and vape shops per square kilometre. The West Midlands also scored […]
This spreadsheet provides a summary of UK-based bricks-and-mortar sellers of e-cigs, exclusively for ECigIntelligence subscribers. It complements our new reports containing comprehensive coverage of the e-cigarette sector in the UK. ECigIntelligence UK vape store summary data
A lack of competition has left the south and east of England with the highest average pricing in vape stores – but prices across the UK generally remain remarkably competitive with online sellers, according to new research from ECigIntelligence.
The gravest threat to the U.S. vapour industry comes from local government. While state-level attempts to regulate the industry have been largely unsuccessful, hundreds of local laws have come into force.
Chinese e-cigarette manufacturer Kimree is taking an unusual marketing approach in pitching a new range directly at tobacco companies, saying its products will help to compensate for revenue lost when consumers turn to vaping.
39 U.S. states and the District of Columbia have laws that legalise and/or decriminalise marijuana use or possession to various extents. E-cig companies are well positioned to enter the emerging marijuana market because of their technical expertise and intimate knowledge of the science behind vaporisers, and several types of cannabis-compatible vaporisers, or “c-cigs”, may succeed in the U.S. market.
Introduction • Regulatory landscape • Current national regulatory framework • National regulatory framework post-TPD • Age restrictions • Product restrictions • Ingredients • Labelling and packaging • Product notification • Annual reporting • Vigilance • Retailing • Public usage • North Rhine-Westphalia • Bavaria • Baden-Württemberg • Lower Saxony • Hesse • Public usage: an inconsistent future? • Advertising and marketing • Taxation • Enforcement • Case law: e-cigarettes as medical products • Case law: e-cigarettes as tobacco products • Case law: tobacco advertising restrictions • The missing pieces from the TPD jigsaw • Graphic: how German e-cigarette regulation will change
American e-cigarette manufacturer Mistic E-Cigs is to sell starter kits, sub-ohm tanks and e-liquids through a range of mainstream mass retailers, in an expansion beyond the vape store and online channels.
While some critics fear that exposure to e-cigarettes and e-cig advertising among young people can lead to them taking up nicotine, a new study in Scotland suggests that awareness doesn’t always mean action.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is this week proposing a new rule that will make it clearer when tobacco products should be considered as drugs or medical devices, and regulated accordingly.
The Irish government has decided not to extend the country’s smoking ban to e-cigarettes, citing the lack of evidence for harm – but the advertising self-regulatory body in Ireland has taken a slightly harder line.
British American Tobacco (BAT) is expanding its presence in the international e-cigarette market through the acquisition of Poland’s major supplier and formalising its co-operation with U.S. tobacco firm Reynolds American.
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