Brand protection

Protect your business with our brand protection services

Your brand is one of your most important assets and therefore it is vital it is protected. However, counterfeits and online piracy are flooding the retail market, online and offline, and directly impacting business reputation, revenue and customer trust.

Not only do these infringements of your intellectual property (IP) affect brand reputation and sales, but they can also result in serious consumer safety risks.

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) reported in April 2016 that international trade in counterfeit and pirated products is worth up to €338 billion (approx. £300 billion) and in the EU as much as 5% of all imports were of counterfeited/pirated goods worth up to €85 billion.

Tackling counterfeit goods and online piracy should therefore be a priority for all commercial businesses and brands.

How can FACT protect your brand?

Recognised as the leaders in IP protection, FACT is experienced at protecting brands and businesses from counterfeiting and online piracy.

FACT offers a full range of brand and content protection services, tailored to meet your business needs and requirements. Designed to detect, disrupt and dismantle IP crime, FACT’s services will protect your brand and prevent further IP infringements, whether your problem is online (dedicated website, social media, video platform or online market place) or offline (business premise or market place).

Our services include digital content protection, intelligence, online investigations and disruption, scanning and take-downs, forensic examination, certification and security and legal support.

If you would like to find out more contact us today.

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