Looking Back at the Vaping Industry in 2023

January 01, 2024 by tobaccoreporter.com

Looking Back at the Vaping Industry in 2023

It remains a frustrating business environment. The vaping segment has survived despite setbacks in 2023 and continues growing as a global market. However, divergent regulatory perspectives on vaping’s harm reduction potential continue to hinder its uptake by cigarette smokers. The past 12 months could also be labeled the year of the great exodus as several vaping retailers and manufacturers went out of business. Despite the challenges, more and more former smokers continue to switch.


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