ABOUT THE SUMMIT
The inaugural E-Cigarette Summit was held at the Royal Society, London, in November 2013 and came at a critical point in history when both public health experts and regulators were negotiation the TPD (European Tobacco Products Directive) and grappling to understand a consumer driven product that was on an unprecedented growth trajectory. The event was oversubscribed and welcomed almost 300 delegates across health, scientific and policy communities and is widely accepted as having been one of the most influential public health meetings on e-cigarettes, that both improved the quality and the scope of the debate.
Having celebrated our 11th year in the UK and now moving in to our 8th year in Washington D.C, The E-Cigarette Summit has gained an unrivalled reputation as a neutral meeting point for scientists, regulators, industry, public health and practitioners to explore the latest research on e-cigarettes and facilitate respectful debate on what remain highly controversial issues. The aim will always be to ensure that disparate views can be explored in context of a common aim, which is to reduce smoking related death and disease.
Smooth Events, has a proven track record of producing high level conferences and events within the scientific, public health and human rights field.
A copy of the presentations from previous events can be found on the Resources page alongside video presentations.
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SUMMIT POLICIES - FUNDING & INDUSTRY
The E-Cigarette Summit is wholly owned and managed by Smooth Event Management ltd and is solely funded through individual delegate ticket sales. The event does not seek or accept any sponsorship/external funding from any outside organisation either philanthropic, commercial or government funded. The editorial program is researched and written by Smooth Event Management who have no commercial links or involvement with the tobacco, pharmaceutical or electronic cigarette industry.
The Summit has maintained a commitment to not invite any scientists or researchers that have received funding or worked directly or indirectly for the tobacco industry to speak or present. We allow industry presentations only if the company has never sold combustible products and the presentation is solely relating to regulatory impacts.