It has been a long time coming, but the E-Cigarette Bangalore was officially announced at the 2016 E-cigarette Summit in Bangalore, India on Wednesday.
The summit, organised by the India E-cigarette Association, brings together top e-cigarette manufacturers, retailers and distributors to discuss e-cigarettes, their safety and future prospects in India.
Battles are still being fought over e-cig makers such as Lattice and Indigop, but e-cigs are expected to be the hottest new trend in the coming years.
According to the E Cigarette Association (ECA), India will become the largest e-vape market in the world by 2020.
In terms of e-liquid, India is the second largest market in terms of volumes behind the US, but it is still unclear how much will be available.
The E-liquid industry is already in the midst of the global vape boom, with e-liquids already becoming the fastest growing segment in the vaping industry.
However, there are many unknowns when it comes to e-smoking in India, as it is yet to become a regulated market.
The E Cigarettes Association is hoping that the Indian government will regulate e-e-cigarette manufacturing and provide it with proper regulations and a clear regulatory framework.
The e-smokers of India have to know that the regulations are there to protect their health and the public interest, and there is a lot of support for regulation.
As for e-colas, it is hoped that the e-juice market in India will soon become a real market, but there is still no certainty about its eventual future.
E-cigarette shops are expected be in the main hubs of e cigarette consumption, and it is likely that there will be a strong demand for them in India over the next few years.