E-cigarette Market Still a Potential Marketplace for Investors

Jul 31, 2018

Ask millennials what’s up, and they will tell you that vaping is the new hype almost everywhere. We all know that the e-cigarette industry is booming, we only need the figures to show the extent of this growth. The latest Report by Analytical Research Cognizance on the E-cigarette industry gives specific analysis for the changing market dynamics and a future perspective on the many different factors empowering or slowing down the industry’s expansion.

This article only gives you a sneak peek into the many contents of the international research on e-cigs. Electronic cigarette merchant account holders should visit arcognizance.com for detailed insights.

Meanwhile, here is what the research covers;

1-Objectives of the global E-cigarette study

The report investigates the status of the E-cigarette market breaking down the international E-cig market size (volume and value) by type, region, manufacturers, and application. The study also focuses on leading manufacturers in nations that host the e-cigs largest market. What’s more, it specifies the E-cigarette industry’s value in 2017 and foresees its expected value for 2025 growing at a certain CAGR— all which are mentioned in the full report.

2-National and Regional markets included in the study

Geographically, the Analytical Research Cognizance report on E-cigs studies the major market producers and consumers, laying emphasis on product production, capacity, value, market share, consumption, and the potential for growth opportunity in regions like United States, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and some European Union countries.

There are also pin-point reports for retailers looking for info on specific regional markets or countries including; North America, United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia-Pacific, China, India, among others.

3-Companies that feature in the report

The leading e-cig (and related-products) companies included in this report include;

Blu eCigs, Njoy, V2, International Vapor group, ProVape, Hangsen, Cigr8, Vaporcorp, Truvape, KiK, Shenzhen Jieshibo Technology, FirstUnion, Innokin and Kimree.

4-Products (and Factors) covered in the research

Narrowing down to products, the report indicates factors like production, price, market share, revenue, price, and growth rate of every item, majorly broken down into; Cigalikes, eGos, and Mods.

5-End Users/Applications— Male vs. Female

Regarding end users or applications, the research focuses on the status (now and in future) of the primary end users, market share, consumption and the growth rate for each application, i.e., Male vs. Female.


Retailers or would-be e-cig merchants should have a look at this report to gain useful insights on the industry’s future.

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