Cloud chasing

Driving growth back into the vaping, reduced risk products and nicotine replacement category

Wednesday November 28 | 10am | 200 SVS, Glasgow

The vaping market is set for another explosion as both Holyrood and Westminster appear to be finally embracing the potential of vaping and reduced-risk products to cut smoking levels.

Vaping sales have stalled in convenience even though the market remains in solid growth. Only around 15% of sales go through local retailers, with the rest accounted for by online and specialist vape shops.

This conference will help retailers rethink their approach to vaping, so they can claim a bigger slice of a £1bn opportunity.

The list of speakers is exceptional and features Juul – the first time we’re aware of that the American vaping sensation has spoken publicly in the UK.

If you’re interested in attending or speaking email or call Cara on 0141 2225381.For exhibition or sponsorship enquiries, contact Robert on 0141 222 5302 or

Speakers announced

Richard Cook

Juul Head of National Accounts

Richard joined Juul Labs as Head of National Accounts with 21 years FMCG experience in the UK market. He has spent over 15 years developing strategic relationships across both the retail and wholesale channels for leading international tobacco and alcohol businesses.

Richard Cook

Craig Johnston

Hope CBD Co-founder

Besides sponsoring Hamilton Academical’s stadium, Hope produces a high-quality range of CBD lines, including a growing vaping offer. Craig will be telling us all about it, and why he thinks CBD presents a fantastic opportunity for local retailers.

Craig Johnston


Travelling by train: Glasgow has two railway stations – Central Station and Queen Street Station. Central Station is situated on Gordon Street –and is approximately 3 minutes by taxi to 200 SVS. Queen Street Station is located next to George Square and is also 3 minutes by taxi. Both stations are within walking distance to the venue.

Travelling by air: Direct to Glasgow International Airport, then 15-20 minutes by taxi. Alternatively, an express coach shuttles between the airport and city centre.

Travelling by bus: Buchanan Bus Station is located on Killermont Street, just over half a mile from 200 SVS. Travel time is approximately three minutes by taxi or a 10-minute walk.


The nearest car park is Q-Park on Waterloo Street. Discounted passes can be collected from your event manager on the day of the event. Pay and display on-street parking is available on St Vincent Street and West Campbell Street, which surround the building.

Disabled Access

Disabled access is available. If you require assisted access, please notify in advance and we will provide support.

There are two disabled car parking spaces in the underground car park of the building. Access is gained via the 200 SVS rear entrance in West George Lane. Car parking must be arranged in advance so that we can co-ordinate this.


200 SVS works in close partnership with the Apex City of Glasgow which is a 4-star hotel located within a five-minute walk from the venue. The hotel offers conference delegates preferential rates for your stay in Glasgow. If you are interested in taking advantage of the discount or would like information on other local hotels please contact