The Vape Business Conference 2019 is here, in Central London, on July 3. Photo: iStock

As smoking continues to be a leading preventable cause of illness and premature death, alternative nicotine delivery systems like vaping can play a major role in improving public health.

It is now well-know that vaping has been endorsed by Public Health England as being 95% less harmful than cigarettes. And around 2.5 million adults in England are using e-cigarettes which have helped thousands to quit smoking.

However, well over seven million people are still smoking. The NHS Long Term Plan hails prevention as a way to save one million lives over a decade, and helping smokers to quit is a key part of the plan.

Growing evidence suggests that using an e-cigarette can be one of the most effective ways to quit smoking.

However, the rapidly evolving vape industry with its many products can appear bewildering to newcomers.

AMG’s Vape Business Conference and Awards 2019 will share the latest findings and developments in this fast moving market and it’s FREE for all pharmacists, retailers and wholesalers to attend.

Join us on July 3 in Central London.

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Come and hear from pharmacists, producers and suppliers, wholesalers, specialist sellers and retailers, who will all share their experience, technical knowledge and insights.

With industry-leading speakers and expert panels on marketing and products, getting the best margins and mapping the future, The Vape Business Conference and Awards 2019 will transform the look, feel and profit of your sales.

The Vape Business Conference and Awards 2019 is our gift to you – and if you come to the conference you are welcome to stay for the evening awards and sumptuous Indian banquet, all for free!

This could be your ideal opportunity to discover the latest thinking and development in this fast moving market and how to benefit from it.

And with over 90,000 people every year dying from tobacco-related diseases, it is your chance to make the UK switch to vape and help save a million lives over the next decade.

But book early because spaces are limited!

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