Next Generation Nicotine Delivery

| August 30, 2017
When:
November 14, 2017 – November 15, 2017 all-day
2017-11-14T00:00:00+00:00
2017-11-16T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
London
UK

From the organizer:

JAC Vapour, Nicopure Labs and JTI confirmed to speak at the most anticipated next generation industry event

Europe’s leading next generation nicotine product conference is back for its 4th annual edition! #NGN17 will be addressing market and consumer trends, public health opinion and product innovation in order to help you to increase your market share and stay ahead of the ever-increasing competition!

This year tickets have been disappearing at a record speed. If you don’t want to miss this one and only event in Europe tackling the commercial side of the next generation nicotine market, click here to make a reservation today!

Key speakers revealed!

We are pleased to announce that #NGN17 speaker line-up is more exciting than ever before! This year we invited senior speakers from leading next generation nicotine brands to deliver interactive sessions, share industry insights/case studies, deliver exciting panel discussions to you, and more. Have a sneak peek at a few of confirmed speakers below!

Graham McGee
Managing Director, Vapour Magazine

Neil McCallum
CEO, JAC Vapour

Patricia Kovacevic
General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Nicopure Labs

Ian Jones
VP Reduced-Risk Products, JTI

Michael Holliday
Trading Director, Vape Nation / KIK

Max Bullock
Head of Analysis, Vape Direct / Riot Square E-Liquid

Join Next Generation Nicotine Delivery to learn from the industry experts, network with brand owners and meet solution providers. Stay ahead of the ever-increasing competition by securing your place today! Don’t forget to type your priority code – MK-VK-PR – so your booking could be prioritised.

If you have any enquiries please email events@arena-international.com

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