Juul Seeks Strategic Opportunities After Altria Investment Ends

Mar.06.2023
Juul Seeks Strategic Opportunities After Altria Investment Ends
Juul can now pursue new strategic opportunities and partnerships after Altria's investment has ended. Aiming to help smokers quit, Juul will seek innovation and collaborations.

On March 3rd, following Altria's official statement ending their investment in American e-cigarette manufacturer Juul, the company announced that they are now free to seek other strategic opportunities and partners to maximize their company's value and advance their leading product technology and innovation pipeline.


Juul has announced that its strategic goal is to help 1 billion adult smokers worldwide quit combustible cigarettes, eliminate their use, and continue to fight against underage use of e-cigarette products. In pursuit of this goal, Juul will continue to seek out new innovative technologies and partnership opportunities to further the company's growth and drive industry transformation.


Although the FDA has issued regulatory orders on certain products by Juul, the company remains confident in its research and evidence and is committed to advancing the process of smoking cessation for adult smokers, promoting public health, and eliminating the threat posed by combustible cigarettes.


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Altria swaps 35% stake for intellectual property, officially announces departure from JUUL.


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Juul Labs issued a statement regarding Altria's decision to return shares.


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