Invitation to customs and law enforcement training on the identification of counterfeit and pirated goods
At the initiative of the Swedish Anti-Counterfeiting Group (SACG) and REACT, hosted by International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
As brand protection managers of proprietary product brands you are invited to take part in customs and law enforcement training in Sweden.
DATE: 14 November 2018
TIME: 13.00 – 16.00
VENUE: ICC, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm, Sweden
FORMAT: The training will be in the interactive ”speed dating” form where each brand has its own workshop table to present the brand, genuine products, counterfeits, identification guides etc. Customs and law enforcement officers will be divided in smaller groups to meet each brand in a scheduled order. Power-Point-presentation can be used in assistance, but only be shown on a laptop on the table.
ARRIVAL: Workshop tables should be organized not later than one hour in advance.
DEADLINE: Due to a limited number of workshop tables and ICC’s planning there is a deadline to confirm participation by 14 October 2018. Confirmed participation is based on a "first come, first served" principle and is subject to your company or presenting counsel being member of any of the arranging associations SACG, REACT or ICC.
TREAT: Beverage and finger food (no lunch).
CONTACT: For registration or inquiries please contact Mr Peter von Heidenstam at SACG / REACT on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Swedish Anti-Counterfeiting Group (SACG) was established 1997 and is a politically independent, non-profit organization that works to prevent piracy and trade in counterfeit products. SACG’s members include representatives of national and international companies, interest groups and trade associations, government agencies, lawyers and consultants, Swedish universities and individuals.
React is an international non-for-profit organization with over 250 members fighting the trade in counterfeit goods, covering all areas of industry.
ICC is the world business organization, whose mission is to promote open trade and investment and help business meet the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly integrated world economy.