Counterfeits hurt India's manufacturing sector: Illicit market in seven select manufacturing sectors led to a loss of Rs 39,239 crore during 2014 — FICCI report
Domestic as well as International Counterfeiting of goods has increased manifold in size and scope in the last decade, being increasingly controlled by organized criminal networks. Counterfeit now poses a threat to businesses, adversely impacting revenues as well as brand credibility, besides jeopardizing consumer interests.(Source: FICCI)
The Authentication Solution Providers’ Association (ASPA), in partnership with Messe Frankfurt India (MFI) is organising India’s first of its kind International Authentication Conference and Exhibition on 8, 9 February 2017 at The Taj Mahal Hotel, Man Singh Road, New Delhi.
Among a wide range of topics covered, this is the first time a conference will discuss the 360-degree approach required to fight fakes. We will evaluate and discuss everything from an overview of counterfeiting in India to problems and challenges faced across sectors, the anti-counterfeiting strategies beyond solutions, insight on new generation anti-counterfeiting solutions available globally, and case studies which will enhance your knowledge on the merits of each of the available anti-counterfeiting solutions and strategies in order to make an informed selection which is best suited to protect your business, product and brand from losing out hugely to counterfeiting.