World Vape Show is a trade event open to over 21's only.
Under 21's will not be admitted to the event.
The first edition of the WVS Meet the Buyer successfully took place in May 2023 - it now launches the Philippines to give you unrivalled access, with a series of tailored meetings with top brands from the world of vape and FMCG, to the Asian market
The first edition of the WVS Meet the Buyer took place successfully at the world famous Belfry Hotel & Resort, UK. The event brought global manufacturers of vape products and key buyers from the vape & FMCG sector together with over 137 hours of face-2-face meetings. With over 200 attendees you will get your chance again to really penetrate the UK market. See you on 08 May 2024 at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham, UK.
The World Vape Show, the global leading series of Business to Business events dedicated to the vape industry, are delighted to announce the newest edition to the global portfolio will take place in Surabaya, Indonesia 9 – 10 October 2024.
Co-locating with World Tobacco Asia, which has successfully hosted events within Indonesia for 30+ years will ensure the highest calibre of delegates to help elevate your brand within this region.
2023 saw hundreds of exhibitors, thousands of brands & products, and tens of thousands of attendees, made up of large scale wholesalers, retailers and distributors, which shows a real appetite for local and global vape brands.
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Could the disposable sector face being stamped out if it fails to minimise its impact on the planet and earn a green thumbs-up from eco-activists?
Brands face calls to clean up their act, and there is a new offender attracting the attention of environmental activists…disposable vapes.
You wouldn’t be hard-pressed to find a news story that mentions how these ‘colourful tubes’ are so-often discarded on city streets, or an impassioned plea for the so-called wasteful devices to be wiped clean from the Earth.
One of the most vocal figures in the disposable conversation is award-winning climate activist and eco-scientist Laura Young. The ethical influencer was thrust into sustainability stardom after she posted a video of herself hunting down single-use vapes that had been littered along a four-mile stretch of Dundee, Scotland.
The Scottish government has expressed particular concern about the impact of disposables on the planet, launching a consultation on whether the devices should be banned.
Members of the vape community have warned against such a ban, stressing that, while something needs to be done to offset the impact of disposables, the decision to remove them outright would represent a major loss for tobacco control.
John Dunne of the UK Vaping Industry Association – which recently hosted the nation’s first ever environmental summit on vaping – said: “Make no mistake, protecting our planet is a top priority…but it cannot be achieved at the expense of public health.
Read more at: https://www.vapouround.co.uk/
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