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This report focuses on compatible devices in South Korea, which are hardware that can be used with consumables designed for other devices produced by large tobacco companies
This short report covers the different types of smokeless tobacco product, along with the main Big Tobacco brands that produce them
This short report provides an overview of the main heated tobacco products and brands, covering the major Big Tobacco brands and their products as well as compatible hardware and consumable products
This report provides an overview of the South Korean heated tobacco market in terms of usage, market size, brands and prices
This full-length report provides an in-depth analysis of how the top heated tobacco brands in Japan use social media platforms
This report offers an overview of the current heated tobacco market in Japan, covering the top brands and devices, as well as prices and distribution
Due to the success of heated tobacco products in Japan and South Korea, there are many compatible products available. TobaccoIntelligence had a look into the available compatible hardware devices and consumables
This report provides an overview of the South Korean heated tobacco market in terms of consumption, market size, brands and prices
Despite negative publicity on a national TV show and static numbers of vapers, the market for e-cigarettes continues to grow in China as consumer preferences change
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
What are heated-tobacco products and why has there been a resurgence of interest in them? How do they work? Are they like e-cigs and how are they different from smoking? These questions – and more – are answered in this short guide.
The South Korean e-cigarette market is tied in with the heat-not-burn category and future market development will partly depend on how consumers react to the latest moves in HnB regulation
Heated tobacco, or HnB, has been booming in Japan since the launch of IQOS in 2014. Here we examine the results of an in-depth survey conducted by TobaccoIntelligence into the habits and opinions of HnB users
In this in-depth market report, we examine closely the results of a survey conducted by TobaccoIntelligence into the habits and opinions of heated tobacco (HnB) users in a growing and competitive South Korean market
Japan has been at the forefront of the growing heated tobacco market, and in this report ECigIntelligence looks at the marketing conditions and compares the leading brands
In our latest look at Canada we focus on Quebec, where the e-cig industry is subject to strict regulations. There is no country-wide regulation as yet, but this looks set to change with Bill S-5
Web traffic has a strong correlation to sales and sales growth of the consummables inside heated tobacco products. The analysis of web traffic data therefore gives us a good indication of the direction of movement of the category and the likely growth going forwards. This report aims to gauge the success of heated tobacco products by analysing traffic to the manufacturers’ websites.
Our survey of the vaping market in Israel finds little optimism among the cluster of small businesses operating in a country where smoking is on the rise again
Executive summary Electronic cigarettes have started to gain popularity after a sharp increase in tobacco taxes. The market of reduced-risk products in Japan seems to be dominated by heated tobacco rather than e-cigarettes, with iQOS leading the market for heated tobacco. Nicotine-containing e-cigarettes require a pharmaceutical licence. However, importing for individual purposes is allowed. The Japanese e-cig market can be » Continue Reading.
The sale of e-cigarettes containing nicotine is banned in both Australia and New Zealand. Though there is a grassroots move to change this, both markets are currently led by online imports for personal use.