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New multiVAPE website live

Posted on 25th May 2017

We’re delighted to unveil our new website, home of multiVAPE and Sabre, the ultimate vaping experience. Several months of hard work and development have gone into the new site which aims to deliver a better, more engaging and immersive experience to our growing family of valued multiVAPE customers. We hope you like it. Its benefits include: User-friendly – the latest design and technology features deliver an improved customer experience Mobile responsive – browse your...
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MULTICIG AT E-CIG EUROPE 2016

Posted on 13th Oct 2016

Following his attendance at the recent Global Tobacco and Nicotine Forum in Brussels, our business development director Christian Mulcahy is currently in London at E-cig Europe 2016.The event, which is Europe’s most established B2B e-cig meeting, is aimed at helping manufacturers, suppliers and distributors to comply with TPD regulations.The conference is 100% focused on the fast-growing e-cigarette sector.A host of industry experts have been lined-up to speak over the two days,...
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​multiCIG welcomes fall in smoking rate

Posted on 21st Sep 2016

New figures published this week showed that the number of smokers in England fell to an all-time low last year.Figures released by Public Health England (PHE) showed that nationally, the smoking rate fell below 17% for the first time – although the smoking rate in the East Midlands (18%) was still above the national average.PHE says the figures reflect the high number of people using quitting aids, with just over a million people (1,027,000) using an e-cigarette in an attempt to quit last...
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​multiCIG welcomes findings of influential vaping studies

Posted on 16th Sep 2016

Two new studies published this week suggest that e-cigarettes can help long-term smokers to stop smoking.Scientists from University College London’s Health Research Centre this week published a report, in the British Medical Journal, which estimated that 18,000 long-term smokers in the UK gave up using tobacco-based products last year by switching to e-cigarettes.Separately, the Cochrane Review, an independent scientific network, released its analysis of all research about e-cigarettes...
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multiCIG on BBC Nottingham

Posted on 31st Aug 2016

Christian Mulcahy, our Business Development Director, was on BBC Radio Nottingham's DriveTime show yesterday afternoon, talking to presenter Verity Cowley about e-cigarettes and how they can help smokers switch away from more harmful tobacco alternatives. It came on the back of last week's report, by the Institute for Economic Affairs, which argued that a lower tax on e-cigarettes would improve public health and consumer welfare. The full interview is currently on BBC iPlayer (expires 28...
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​Lower e-cigarette taxes could help smokers switch

Posted on 24th Aug 2016

multiCIG has backed calls by an influential independent think tank to set excise taxes for e-cigarettes and other healthier alternatives to zero.The Institute for Economic Affairs this week published a report, Understanding the basic economics of tobacco harm reduction, which argued that a lower tax on e-cigarettes would improve public health and consumer welfare. It stated that substituting cigarettes for a less risky product would be welfare-enhancing for most smokers. Earlier this year, an...
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​Vaping causes fewer respiratory issues than smoking, study finds

Posted on 23rd Aug 2016

A new UK study has found that two thirds of smokers who have successfully switched to vaping have suffered fewer respiratory problems as a result.The research, led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), assessed subjective changes in respiratory symptoms of smokers who had switched to vaping for at least two months.The results, published in the Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy, showed that 66% of the 941 people responding to the online survey reported an improvement in respiratory...
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​Welsh Public Health Bill Drops E-cig Changes

Posted on 31st May 2016

The Welsh government’s controversial plans to ban e-cigarettes in all enclosed public and work places has been dropped.The proposed prohibition, which would have made e-cig use illegal in places such as school, restaurants, cafes and public transport faced opposition from a number of health groups and charities as well as opposition parties.First Minister Carywn Jones said “There is no point trying to bang our head against a brick wall when it comes to e-cigs. The Public Health Bill will be...
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Number of European E-cig Users Doubles

Posted on 26th May 2016

In the past two years, the number of individuals who have tried e-cigarettes has doubled, according to a new study by Imperial College London.In the UK, the figures of those who had tried vaping went up from 8.9% in 2012 to 15.5% in 2014, and this is a trend that echoes across Europe, with the percentages across the continent rising from 7.2% to 11.6% over the same period. The majority of those using electronic devices were either current or former smokers, something that was confirmed by the...
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House of Lords Move against TDP

Posted on 25th May 2016

Petitioners have called on the House of Lords to “back Lord Callanan’s motion to stop harsh regulations on e-cigarettes which would force vapers back to smoking”.Lord Callanan has put down a motion which could see the restrictions against e-cigs in the UK scrapped. He wrote: "The Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 [should] be annulled on the grounds that its restrictions on product choice and advertising of vaping devices were devised before evidence had accumulated that vaping...
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