ICC to organize conference on ‘anti-counterfeiting, anti-piracy & brand protection’

In a bid to address the issues faced by organizations to fight to counterfeit in India, Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is organizing a conference on Anti-Counterfeiting, Anti-Piracy & Brand Protection on January 21, 2019, at Hotel Shangri-La in New Delhi.

The conference will bring together Government, industry and other stakeholders under one roof to discuss the policy level issues and share the best practices and innovative ideas to curb the menace of counterfeiting, piracy and brand theft resulting in the strengthening of IPR protection ecosystem in the country.

Besides, the conference will also cover the economic and social issues arising out of counterfeiting; discuss key challenges involved in combating counterfeiting (policy and enforcement related), discuss sector-specific issues and share case studies; identify the role of technology in anti-counterfeiting and chalk out strategies for the industry.

The conference will give a platform to all stakeholders to discuss, share experiences and network with industry leaders and learn about the current and innovative practices in the industry to curb counterfeiting and protect the brand.

The keynote speakers for the conference will include-Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Ramesh Abhishek; Member (Customs), Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) Pranab Kumar Das and stalwarts from private and government domains.

Source: Knnindia.co.in