Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes Market in UK to February 2014: Market Overview
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    Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes Market in UK to February 2014: Market Overview Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes Market in UK to February 2014: Market Overview Document Transcript

    • Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes - UK - February 2014 The rise in popularity of E-cigarettes has hampered growth in the value of the smoking cessation market, which saw modest growth of less than 2% in 2013. Although E-cigarettes are largely marketed as an alternative to smoking, smokers have been using them to cut down or quit smoking. Changes in legislation, coming into effect in 2016, will see E-cigarettes classified as medicines. This will result in their availability on prescription for the first time, which may hamper the market. Additionally, with the level of nicotine in E-cigarettes also restricted, the usage experience for smokers is likely to change, and may result in low usage satisfaction. table Of Content introduction definitions abbreviations executive Summary the Market figure 1: Best- And Worst-case Forecast Of Uk Retail Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Products, 2008-18 market Factors companies, Brands And Innovation figure 2: Brand Shares In Uk Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Methods, Year To November 2013 the Consumer figure 3: Smoking Status, October 2013 figure 4: Motivations To Quit Smoking, October 2013 figure 5: Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, October 2013 what We Think issues In The Market how Have E-cigarettes Impacted The Smoking Cessation Market? what Are The Most Successful Smoking Cessation Methods? are E-cigarettes Helping People Quit Smoking? how Will The Reclassification Of E-cigarettes In 2016 Impact The Market? trend Application trend: Help Me Help Myself trend: Prove It mintel Futures: Generation Next market Drivers key Points decline In The Prevalence Of Smoking figure 6: Prevalence Of Cigarette Smoking Among Adults In England, By Age And Gender, 1998-2010 deaths Related To Smoking figure 7: Estimated Percentage Of Deaths Attributable To Smoking In England, By Cause Among Adults Aged 35 And Over, By Gender, 2011 figure 8: Lung Cancer Incidence And Mortality Rates, England, By Gender, 1971-2011 success Of Nhs Stop Smoking Services figure 9: Success Of Nhs Stop Smoking Services, England, 2002/03 And 2012/13 divided Opinions On E-cigarettes rise In Youngest Demographics Could Encourage People To Kick The Habit figure 10: Trends In The Age Structure Of The Uk Population, By Gender, 2008-18 opportunities In Less Affluent Socio-economic Groups figure 11: Forecast Adult Population Trends, By Socio-economic Group, 2008-18 who’s Innovating? key Points brands Consolidate Product Ranges figure 12: Examples Of Nrt Launches In 2013 own-label Nrt Products figure 13: Own-label Nrt Products, 2012 tobacco Manufacturers Launching E-cigarettes Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes - UK - February 2014
    • market Size And Forecast key Points growth Of E-cigarettes Hinders Smoking Cessation Market In 2013 figure 14: Uk Retail Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Products, 2008-18 small Growth Predicted For Smoking Cessation Market figure 15: Best- And Worst-case Forecast Of Uk Retail Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Products, 2008-18 forecast Methodology market Share key Points own-label Rises In Popularity figure 16: Brand Shares In Uk Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Methods, Year To November 2013 products Which Require Activity Show Greatest Market Share figure 17: Brand Shares In Uk Value Sales Of Smoking Cessation Methods, Years To November 2012 And November 2013 companies And Products johnson & Johnson glaxosmithkline novartis gamucci e-lites green Smoke skycig brand Communication And Promotion key Points rise In Advertising Spend In The Category figure 18: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Smoking Cessation And E-cigarettes, By Media Type (excluding Advertising For Nhs Stop Smoking Services), 2009-13 e-cigarettes Are Fuelling Advertising Spend figure 19: Main Media Advertising Spend On Smoking Cessation, By Segment, 2009-13 tv Advertising For E-cigarettes In The Spotlight changing Regulations To Affect E-cigarettes Market nicorette Leads Advertising In Nicotine Replacement Therapies figure 20: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On E-cigarettes, By Top Seven And Other Brands, 2013 channels To Market key Points multiple Grocers Grow In Sales figure 21: Uk Retail Sales Of Smoking Cessation Aids, By Outlet Type And Value, 2012 And 2013 the Consumer – Smoking Status key Points men Are Less Willing To Quit figure 22: Profile Of Smoking Status, October 2013 young People Are Smoking Less less Affluent Lifestyles Have Higher Smoking Prevalence health Concerns Driving Smoking Status In Other Groups men Are Heavier Smokers figure 23: Smoking Status, October 2013 women And Older People Are More Successful At Quitting figure 24: Intentions To Quit Smoking, October 2013 young People Want To Quit heaviest And Lightest Smokers Have The Least Interest In Quitting the Consumer – Quitting Smoking key Points non-prescription Nrt Is The Most Popular Method figure 25: Most Popular Smoking Cessation Methods Used, October 2013 e-cigarettes Are Just As Effective As Nrt Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes - UK - February 2014
    • e-cigarettes Are Used By Less Affluent Groups nhs Is Doing A Good Job most People Use A Range Of Methods health And Money Are Top Drivers To Quit figure 26: Motivations To Quit Smoking, October 2013 appearance Is More Important To The Youth the Consumer – Smoking Relapse key Points stress Is The Biggest Cause Of Smoking Relapse figure 27: Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, October 2013 creatures Of Habit boredom nicotine Withdrawal Not That Big An Issue the Consumer – Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes key Points cut Down Or Quit? figure 28: Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, October 2013 lack Of Information encourage Or Discourage Smoking? the Consumer – Attitudes Towards Quitting Smoking key Points using Appearance To Drive Quitting figure 29: Attitudes Towards Quitting Smoking, October 2013 cutting Down Is Just As Good As Quitting young People Are Sceptical Of Quitting addiction To Nicotine Replacement Therapy appendix – The Consumer – Smoking Status figure 30: Smoking Status, October 2013 figure 31: Most Popular Smoking Status, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 32: Next Most Popular Smoking Status, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 33: Intentions To Quit Smoking, October 2013 figure 34: Intentions To Quit Smoking, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 35: Intentions To Quit Smoking, By Smoking Status, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Quitting Smoking figure 36: Smoking Cessation Methods Used, October 2013 figure 37: Smoking Cessation Methods Used – Non-prescription Nicotine Replacement Therapy Used, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 38: Smoking Cessation Methods Used – Electronic Cigarettes, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 39: Smoking Cessation Methods Used – Nhs Stop Smoking Services, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 40: Repertoire Of Smoking Cessation Methods Used, October 2013 figure 41: Repertoire Of Smoking Cessation Methods Used, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 42: Smoking Cessation Methods Used, By Repertoire Of Smoking Cessation Methods Used, October 2013 figure 43: Motivations To Quit Smoking, October 2013 figure 44: Most Popular Motivations To Quit Smoking, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 45: Next Most Popular Motivations To Quit Smoking, By Demographics, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Smoking Relapse figure 46: Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, October 2013 figure 47: Most Popular Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 48: Next Most Popular Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 49: Other Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 50: Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, By Smoking Status, October 2013 figure 51: Smoking Cessation Methods Used, By Reasons For Smoking Relapse After Quitting, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes figure 52: Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, October 2013 figure 53: Most Popular Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 54: Next Most Popular Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 55: Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, By Smoking Cessation Methods Used – Electronic Cigarettes, October 2013 Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes - UK - February 2014
    • figure 56: Motivations To Quit Smoking, By Most Popular Attitudes Towards E-cigarettes, October 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes Towards Quitting Smoking figure 57: Attitudes Towards Quitting Smoking, October 2013 figure 58: Agreement With The Statement ‘smoking Affects Your Appearance In The Long Term’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 59: Agreement With The Statement ‘quitting Smoking Makes You More Likely To Put On Weight’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 60: Agreement With The Statement ‘cutting Down On The Amount Of Cigarettes Smoked Is Good Enough For Improving Health’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 61: Agreement With The Statement ‘nicotine Replacement Therapy Is Just As Addictive As Smoking’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 62: Agreement With The Statement ‘nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms Are Too Unbearable To Quit Smoking Altogether^’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 63: Agreement With The Statement ‘smoking Is Not As Bad For You As The Media Make It Seem’, By Demographics, October 2013 figure 64: Attitudes Towards Quitting Smoking, By Intentions To Quit Smoking, October 2013 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ Smoking Cessation and E-cigarettes - UK - February 2014