In issue 3 of 2023, we welcome readers to the world to Plxsur, a company that aims to be a billion dollar vape venture. We also visit with Eve Wang, vice president of the world’s largest atomization company and we learn about Kim Hesse and her journey in nicotine.
A major story in this issue is Vapor Voice’s visit to TabExpo, which returned to the nicotine show circuit in Bologna, Italy, in May with innovative industry insights.
Vaping industry veteran Chris Howard answers some commonly asked questions concerning synthetic nicotine. Stefanie Rossel goes to Amsterdam for the ENDS Europe conference and concludes that tobacco harm reduction continues to grow in influence, however, it is also facing many obstacles. Regulatory policies and medicinal licensing were discussed.
Issue 2 of 2023 introduces the new FAV vaping device developed by Avail Vapor founders James Xu and Donovan Phillips, the new FAV system hopes to be the ultimate transition device to trend combustible smokers toward less risky electronic nicotine-delivery system products.
In this issue, we also delve into Altria and the impacts of it exchanging its entire minority investment in Juul Labs for intellectual property and subsequently purchasing Njoy Holdings for approximately $2.75 billion in cash.
Norm Bour outlines the recently announced collaboration between Vapitaly and IECIE and George Gay ponders why it’s so difficult for many politicians and think-tankers to change their minds.
Our first issue of 2023 delves into electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) products and their potential to be approved as medicinal products.
Also, how flavor bans impact manufacturers, Clive Bates talks innovation, Chris Howard looks back on vaping sector, Willie McKinney talks marijuana scheduling and Troutman Pepper attorneys discuss taxes.
Clive Bates discusses the five types of innovation in the tobacco and nicotine sector. Mike Huml reviews the Innobar C1 from Innokin that uses Aquios water-based e-liquid and drops his top hardware devices from 2022. Norm Bour travels to Albania, which may be the only country left where restaurants allow the smoking of cigarettes indoors.
In this issue, we take the opportunity to look back on what happened in the vaping industry month-by-month. Smoore International, the world’s largest vaping company, is fighting for harm reduction.
Flavors in next-generation tobacco products are a continuing debate between the industry, consumers and regulators. Norm Bour visits an IQOS store and we head into Indonesia to find a burgeoning e-cigarette manufacturing hub.
Clive Bates writes that the idea that e-cigarette flavors hook kids is simple, compelling and false, and we consider what the recent marketing denial order for Logic’s menthol vapes implies for flavored e-cigarettes.
In this issue, we review the information shared by seminar speakers with the nearly 300 in-person attendees and 500 online registrants that access to products is being denied mainly by regulations, especially by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and its Center for Tobacco Products (CTP)
Vapor Voice also heads to Dortmund, Germany for the Intertobac/Intersupply trade shows where we learn about the current state of the European and Chinese vaping markets.
A joint report from two highly respected organizations anticipates the global e-cigarette market to grow by 35 percent in 2022.
In this issue, we look at the challenge of vaping waste and what can be done to combat the growing concern. There’s also a new disposable vape company, So Soul and China gave Zinwi Bio-Tech the country’s first license to produce e-liquid.
Nicotine is now regulated as a new tobacco product; Chris Howard and Rich Hill of E-Alternative Solutions offer an industry perspective of the external Center for Tobacco Products Reagan-Udall analysis and George Gay talks news headlines.
Norm Bour introduces us to Nate Coccimiglio, Asanda Gcoyi explains regulations in South Africa, and Mike Huml says that there’s a wide potential market for Innokin’s new Klypse device.
In this issue, we dive deep into water-based vaping with Aquios Labs and the industry’s first e-liquids with a water concentration of more than 3 percent.
Vapor Voice steps inside World Vape Show Dubai 2022 and a Market Watch report describes how the Middle East is beginning to embrace tobacco harm reduction.
George Gay explains how headlines in news stories about vaping products are often inaccurate and Norm Bour goes to Mexico to visit with the Counter Culture Convention (C3). There’s a new tax regime poised to take effect in South Africa and Mike Huml says the FEELM Max line has the potential to make a significant difference in helping smokers switch.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration now has authority over synthetic nicotine and any products that have not received a marketing order by June 13 must be pulled from the market.
In this issue, synthetic nicotine, FDA CTP Office of Science’s Matt Holman talks challenges, Maria Verven confronts shipping issues.
Cannabis-industry attorney Rod Kight discusses marijuana bills in the U.S. Congress. George Gay explains ethical concerns in patent disputes and Troutman Pepper’s vapor experts share their insight. Norm Bour visits a vape shop in Romania and Mike Huml reviews the new Feelm Air.
In this issue, Chris Howard and Rich Hill, with E-Alternative Solutions, give us their outlook for the 2022 vaping industry.
We discover why crimes against specialty retailers are growing at a rapid rate, while European editor George Gay explains why bad ideas come from the tobacco and tobacco control industries, Norm Bour looks at tough global vaping rules and Stefanie Rossel goes inside Germany’s plans to legalize cannabis.
Mike Huml picks the best vaping hardware from 2021 and we profile Turning Point Brands, a company that is embracing next-generation tobacco and alternative products by taking calculated risks.
Vapor Voice’s final issue of 2021 provides highlights form the recent TMA “From Chance to Change” webinar where several industry experts discussed the current state of the nicotine industry.
China’s proposed vapor regulations could have a reverberating impact through the entire global vaping industry. The rules are complicated and wide-ranging.
We also look inside the growing global cannabis sector, while Maria Verven asks some vapor business owners how the FDA’s regulatory actions have impacted their businesses and Norm Bour takes us inside VapeX vape shop in Split, Croatia.