Tobacco Reporter‘s January 2015 issue recaps the Global Tobacco Networking Forum (GTNF) 2014, which took place at The Greenbrier resort in White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia, USA. We highlight the discussions between health advocates, industry representatives and other stakeholders. Among other things, speakers called for harm-reduction strategies that include abstinence and risk modification. Other discussions focused on the industry’s public image and the role of so-called open systems in the vapor product business. We also look forward to the next GTNF—which will stand for Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum, going forward—as well as TABEXPO 2015.
The GTNF reached new heights at The Greenbrier in 2014.
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
A more rational approach toward vapor products would benefit public health.
Tobacco manufacturers face rising taxation and mounting regulations in Southeast Asia’s most prominent markets.
THE GREAT TREK
Brand migration can bring substantial benefits, but the process must be carried out carefully.
ON THE MOVE
In addition to shipping product from point A to point B, logistics providers must keep tobacco free of infestation.
Capitalizing on years of experience serving the tobacco industry, Republic Technologies moves into the vapor business.g
Who’s who in the flavorings business
THE ONE AND ONLY
TABEXPO 2015 London
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