MOU with Danish Consulate General
The MOU, which was signed in Copenhagen, commits the organizations to share information and best practices on intellectual property protection, with a focus on identifying and fighting online counterfeiting. The IACC, through its expertise in enforcement and its globally recognized anti-counterfeiting programs, will also act as a resource for Danish Companies looking to strengthen its intellectual property strategies. Specifically, the IACC and the Consulate are working together by offering the IACC MarketSafe Expansion Program to Danish companies. The initiative is a free anti-counterfeiting program that support rights-holders’ IP enforcement efforts on Alibaba’s platform.
The IACC cooperates with organizations around the world to seek innovative and effective ways to address the counterfeiting problem. In addition to the Danish Consulate General, the IACC partners with intermediaries, law enforcement agencies, and other government agencies.
This collaborative approach aims to combine the IACC’s strength, expertise and resources with those of its partners to advance the fight against counterfeiting. The IACC continues to fulfill its mission by enhancing existing and developing new partnerships and programs to protect brands and consumers.
The MOU was signed by IACC President Bob Barchiesi and Nicolai Prytz, Consul General of Denmark in Shanghai.
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