Supply Chain Intelligence for Brand Protection

Virtual Think Tank Series

Supply Chain Intelligence for Brand Protection – USA & Americas:

how to combine customs data and open-source intelligence to map illicit-trade, increase product seizures and fight the real sources of counterfeits.

Wednesday October 12th at @ 11:00 AM PT

Anticounterfeiting programs from brand owners have traditionally focused either on online enforcement or offline investigations.

What is the missing link between online and offline investigations? Supply Chain Intelligence: an approach that identifies producers, exporters and importers of counterfeits and maps entire counterfeit supply chains, purely based on open-source intelligence.

Supply Chain Intelligence does not believe in notice and takedowns: our single goal is to provide alerts that will help to seize concrete illicit products, either at origin or destination.

Counterfeiting is, by nature, a transnational phenomenon.

With more customs authorities disclosing trade data every year and more open-source intelligence available, global brands are using supply chain intelligence to prioritize their anti-counterfeiting investigations and reduce spending on local, isolated brand protection efforts. The trend will be to disrupt the largest shipments and fight counterfeits by understanding the routes, ports, carriers, and logistics fingerprint.

Join your peers during this interactive Virtual Think Tank to discuss the latest trends and insights into the world of Supply Chain Intelligence.


    *Participation in a Virtual Think Tank may be subject to meeting qualification criteria and/or availability
    Axel Hein
    Managing Director
    ApiraSol GmbH
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