Tobacco Reporter’s September 2014 issue is dedicated to the 2014 Global Tobacco Networking Forum, scheduled for Oct. 1-4 at The Greenbrier resort in White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia, USA. Find out what is happening when, meet the participants and learn about practical issues, such as how to get there. In addition to our GTNF coverage, our September issues contains many of the industry features, profiles and interviews that Tobacco Reporter is famous for.
What is happening when during the Global Tobacco Networking Forum
LOOK WHO IS TALKING
Meet the participants in this year’s Global Tobacco Networking Forum.
The Global Tobacco Networking Forum would not have been possible without the support of these generous organizations.
A TOUGH NUT
In addition to dealing with declining volumes, tobacco companies operating in Japan must cope with relentless competition and notoriously demanding customers.
BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
What is the most “effective” way to tax tobacco?
In the competitive e-liquid market, Purilum distinguishes itself with superior flavor, quality and a new U.S. manufacturing facility.
HTL and DHT combine their businesses to improve their product and customer service.
RISE OF THE LABS
Mounting tobacco regulations and growing demand from the vapor industry have boosted the profile of independent research laboratories.
TURNING UP THE HEAT
With today’s improved technology and more receptive consumer attitudes, PMI believes the time is right for heat-not-burn products.
USA Liquid Nicotine aims to provide customers with peace of mind while keeping tobacco farmers in business.
ON A ROLL
Alison Williams, global brand manager at Imperial Tobacco, comments on the recent growth of the RYO and MYO segments.
Demand for RYO and MYO tobaccos is thriving, even if the overall tobacco market is not.
Big Pharma may be the vapor industry’s biggest obstacle in its race to gain mainstream acceptance.
The FDA’s substantially equivalent requirements not only present a considerable compliance challenge to the young vapor segment; they could also undermine the agency’s goal of promoting public health.
Farmer empowerment is at the heart of ITC’s social responsibility endeavors.
Orchid Tobacco Industries has successfully combined the seemingly distinct businesses of supplying cigarettes and tobacco machinery.
THE CORPORATE BODY
Should companies be treated like people?
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