Macmillan Joins Industry Fight Against Counterfeiting

Macmillan Learning recently passed a consent to join the Educational Publishers Enforcement Group (“EPEG”) and will formally embrace the Anti-Counterfeit Best Practices (“Best Practices”) made by EPEG and its accomplices.

By joining this group of substance suppliers including Cengage, Elsevier, McGraw-Hill Education and Pearson, and working with wholesalers like Barnes and Noble Education, Chegg, Follett and Ingram, which have embraced the Best Practices, Macmillan Learning is currently part of the biggest business exertion in recognizing and taking out fake/counterfeit textbooks.

A year ago, EPEG grew Best Practices to address and battle the growth in manufacturing and sales of fake textbooks. Although the creation of fake materials is a copyright encroachment and an infringement of government law, distributors and sellers noticed a disturbing increment in illicit movement as of late.

As per CEO Ken Michaels, Macmillan Learning, the organization rotates around empowering teachers and establishments to convey and enhance learning for students. This requires the best initiation and space specialists to make academically stable and researched education solutions.

He further added that “It requires huge investment, vitality and commitment to building such great work and these specialists deserve the help of people and the nation’s IP insurance. We are satisfied to join EPEG to completely support the accepted procedures we have grasped.”

EPEG Best Practices plot prompt advances intended to dispense with fake course readings from the market. Found at http://www.stopcounterfeitbooks.com, the Best Practices incorporate more than 19 unique advances outfitted to keeping away from fake course readings including essential exhortation on collaborating with dependable sources and vendors.

Macmillan Learning General Manager Susan Winslow also said, “We are working each day to make substantial and instruments to enhance student results. The expansion of fake materials has contrarily affected our capacity to put resources into the future stages and projects, and we can’t enable it to proceed.”

“We anticipate working together with our industry associates to rapidly and instantly address this issue,” said Mr. Michaels. “At Macmillan Learning, our central goal is to enhance learning by helping every student achieve their fullest potential. There is trust that is intrinsic in this mission, so there is no place for forgers in our biological community.”

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