Today 11am EST - Expert E-Cig "Speaker Series" - Are Vaporizers Stealing Share from Big Tobacco?

Join us today at 11am EST as we continue our Speaker Series on e-cigarettes and e-vapor with John J. Wiesehan, Jr., CEO of the Charlotte based company, Ballantyne Brands, LLC.

 

Ballantyne Brands is a leading private manufacturer with the third largest market share in the U.S. (in the xAOC channel) with such e-cig brands as Mistic and Neo and personal vaporizer Haus.

 

CALL OBJECTIVE 

Is the consumer switching to an alternative vaping product, and why?  Mr. Wiesehan, Jr. will offer his latest insights and expertise to Hedgeye's ongoing research on the e-cigarette/e-vapor category.

 

 KEY CALL TOPICS WILL INCLUDE

  • Industry developments and trends
  • How the FDA's proposed regulations stands to impact the industry
  • Ballantyne Brands product offering versus Big Tobacco's
  • What does future technology look like

 

KEY TICKERS

LO, MO, PM, RAI, ECIG, VPCO, BTI

 

ABOUT JOHN J. WIESEHAN, JR.  

John J. Wiesehan, Jr. is currently the CEO of Ballantyne Brands, LLC. A graduate of Lindenwood University in Saint Charles, Missouri, John spent time at General Electric as the Worldwide Operations Manager. From General Electric, he moved to Woods Industries as Vice President in the Sales and Marketing sector.  In October 2012, John joined Ballantyne Brands, LLC located in North Carolina and became CEO.

 

CALL DETAILS

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  • Conference Code: 544867#
  • Materials: CLICK HERE (Slides will download one hour prior to the start of the call)

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