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Vape Business Ireland, Ireland’s largest vaping trade association of which the NFRN is a member, wishes to invite Irish retailers with a business interest in selling vaping products to its overview presentation and discussion on the potential impacts of the incoming Public Health (Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill.

This online event facilitated by VBI takes place on Wednesday, 24th February 2021 form 5pm – 6pm.

The Public Health (Tobacco and Nicotine Inhaling Products) Bill is due to undergo pre-legislative scrutiny by the Oireachtas Committee on Health before the end of the current Oireachtas term (Summer 2021). The purpose of this meeting is to inform retailers on:

  • What we expect to see in the Bill.
  • The likely impacts on the Irish retail sector.
  • Challenges we are likely to see against retailing vaping products.
  • VBI’s position on the Bill.
  • How retailers can support and engage with VBI in relation to the Bill.

This important discussion aims to help VBI take the views of Irish retailers with us as we embark on our journey to proactively work with Government and the Oireachtas Committee on Health to ensure that balanced and well-rounded reviews are used to inform Ireland’s health policy making and legislation on vaping products.

Interested attendees are required to REGISTER using the registration link below and you will receive a Zoom link to join the event by email. If you would like to submit a question in advance of the event please email

Irish vaping retailer digital townhall event on the Public Health Bill

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