As Europe’s only science-based conference dedicated to e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems, ENDS 2018 covered all pertinent issues, from the regulations surrounding ENDS in Europe (including TPD), the role of ENDS in improving health outcomes in nicotine users and testing methods, through to consumer perspectives, building trust and confidence in ENDS, investing in science and much more.
Following on from last year’s successful inaugural event, ENDS returned to London on 5-6 June 2018 at the Amba Hotel Marble Arch and will again brought together the entire electronic nicotine delivery systems supply chain for both an extensive overview of the industry AND unrivalled networking opportunities. View the full 2018 programme here.
Over 120 attendees from testing companies, Big Tobacco, ENDS/ELiquid manufacturers, ingredients makers, regulatory and legislator bodies, law firms and more were in attendance. Just some of those who joined us included British American Tobacco, JTI, Liberty Flights, Fontem Ventures, MHRA, Imperial Brands, Blend & Bottle, E-Liquid Brands, Totally Wicked, IBVTA, INNCO, JUUL Labs, JAC Vapour, Nicoventures, UKVIA, The Electric Tobacconist and more. You can find out more about who attended here.
Described as "an excellent opportunity to meet with others in the industry and to expand market knowledge" this conference was truly a must attend for anyone working within the ENDS sector. Register your interest in 2019 to make sure you don't miss out next year!
Smithers Rapra has a long history of organising regulatory and science-based conferences, including the renowned Extractables & Leachables and Global Food Contact conferences, so you can be sure that you will not only leave with all the information you require to succeed in this market but that you’ll also have a fantastic experience.
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Register your interest in attending in 2019 to be among the first to get the latest conference updates, industry news and exclusive content. Benefits of attending ENDS include insights into the regulatory landscape, latest research updates and guidance from key experts on product design and development, testing concerns and methods, potential harm reduction and much more.
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