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Kent Packaging Design

September 12th, 2014

Kent is a brand of cigarettes, property of British American Tobacco group. The brand is named after Herbert Kent, a former executive at Lorillard Tobacco Company.
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Melbourne, Australia[/caption]

Re branding of Winston brand

August 22nd, 2014

A redesign of the Winston packaging poses a challenge to consumer brand loyalty.
The graphics on the package have been streamlined and stylized with blue colors and the cigarette has been enhanced with a gold stripe. It’s still too early to tell what, if any effect the re branding.
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Marlboro Gold Performance

August 5th, 2014

Marlboro Gold
Marlboro, the world’s number one cigarette brand, has launched the newest product in the Marlboro range – Marlboro Gold. Marlboro Gold is  low nicotine, tasteless cigarettes.

West Cigarettes – Express Yourself

June 9th, 2014

West Cigarettes
West is a German tobacco brand owned by the British company Imperial Tobacco.

Lucky Strike: Limited Edition Packs

May 7th, 2014

Lucky Strike Packs

More and More Women Are Switching to Cigars

April 16th, 2014

cigars smoking
Jerica Lowder and Samantha Rees experimented with their first cigars after several Coronas – and some short smokes from their husbands, who were lighting up Cuban cigars at a party. At this point, the two women, light up about two or three cigars per month from their husbands’ stocks. “There is something calming,” Rees, 37, stated. “It is just a relaxing thing to do.”

L&M El Salvador

March 25th, 2014

L&M El Salvador
El Salvador is a small market for cigarettes which are all imported, either from Guatemala (PMI) or Honduras (BAT).  These two companies dominate sales in this 1.1 billion piece market, with other manufacturers taking only 0.5%.  The market has declined by almost 30% since 1990 although forecasts to 2022 suggest some growth in both absolute and per capita volumes: +5% and +2.7% respectively.