ACG Conference - 6 & 7 November 2019
The Hilton Hotel, London
SAVE THE DATE!
ACG Drinks Reception, Dinner and main Conference to be held on 6 and 7 November 2019 at The Hilton London Kensington Hotel, Holland Park Avenue, London W11 4UL.
The event starts on the evening of Wednesday 6 November when ACG will be hosting an ACG Eve of Conference Drinks Reception and Dinner. This is a perfect opportunity to network and make new meaningful contacts, as well as catch up with old colleagues and friends.
Then join us on Thursday 7 November for the main Conference to drive progress and transformation in brand protection. The day will be packed with top speakers and you’ll gain inside knowledge of government thinking to help you future proof your IP approach. You’ll have the space and time to talk to brand protection executives, consultants, the ACG and key speakers from within and outside the sector.
The ACG Conference will provide you with a breadth and depth of information you won’t find anywhere else and give you the opportunity to explore the topics that matter to you.
More details about the main conference together with a booking form can be found HERE
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The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Containing Counterfeiting, Smuggling and Piracy: A Winning Strategy’.
Over the period of last ten years the magnitude of illicit trade has grown from USD 650 billion to about USD 3 trillion. Recent studies also estimate that globally the economic value of counterfeiting and piracy could reach $2.3 trillion by 2022. Illicit Trade is a very dynamic and constantly changing phenomenon. Continuous measurement efforts are needed to monitor this risk. Moreover it needs newer and practical strategies to mitigate this challenge. MASCRADE 2019 will enable us to draw out actionable strategies and identify areas where policies and practices need to be strengthened.
This annual event presents showcasing, speaking and networking opportunities for participating organizations. Eminent national and international speakers will be speaking at the programme. Industry across sectors, institutions, policy makers in large numbers will be attending and taking part in the deliberations.
Tentative Programme Outline here
Concept note here