With a new generation of e-cigarettes that are a step up from traditional cigarette cigarettes, a vape shops is becoming a real possibility in the country.
With a new and growing number of ecigarette makers, vape shops are getting an upgrade in the sense of design, and they are now a viable business option for a growing segment of the country’s youth.
The growth of e‐cigarettes and e-liquids in the past few years has attracted interest from a variety of industries.
A few months ago, for instance, the company of e–commerce giant Alibaba had a huge sale in the space.
Vape shops have a long history in India.
The country is a major hub for e-cigarette makers in the world.
The most notable one is Vapor-Vapor Co., which has a store in Mumbai.
In a recent interview with Quartz, V-Vape CEO Sanjay Kumar said, “It’s definitely a viable option.
The challenge is that, unlike traditional e-cigs, it takes some time to get a product ready for the market.
We’re still waiting for manufacturers to go ahead with the launch of their products.”
The main difference between e-cig shops and e‐cigarette manufacturers is that they have a very small staff.
In India, the industry is heavily subsidized by the government.
V-vapes, on the other hand, are a small company that does not receive any subsidy from the government and therefore is able to launch and scale up their business without much difficulty.
“There are a number of things that are different.
They’re more of a lifestyle product than a traditional cigarette, and the packaging is different.
Also, the delivery time of e cigarettes is shorter than the usual delivery time for traditional cigarettes.
It’s a lot easier for them to scale up and be a viable enterprise,” Kumar said.