Introducing GBPS 2019: Securing your brand in the digital age
Sponsored by: GBPS
- Brand Protection
Date: 19 August
Days to go: 32
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
The Global Brand Protection Summit will take place in Amsterdam on the 25-26th September 2019 and will bring together a cross industry group of executives responsible for technology and strategies to secure and protect global brands against piracy and counterfeiters. Once again, GBPS will deliver cutting-edge presentations on the key challenges as well as future opportunities for the industry, and wide-ranging technical developments in brand protection. We will be welcoming top-calibre speakers to our stage to share their success stories.
This webinar on 19th August will give you a glimpse of what will be discussed more profoundly at the Summit, providing new insights and best practices from the industry top leaders, with key points of discussion including the following:
-Improving the quality of data to asses counterfeit risk and drive business decisions
-Effective methods to discover and fight piracy
-New technology solutions and best practices to prevent counterfeiting
The Brand Protection industry is at a critical point in its lifecycle and the prize of going digital is tremendous, but getting there is not easy. Our mission is to provide a coherent road map helping you into the path to digital transformation.
Join us to get up-to-speed with the current state of affairs, meet our expert panel speakers and pose your questions during the broadcast.
Helen Saunders ,
Chief Product and Customer Solutions Officer, Incopro
Helen Saunders is the Chief Product and Customer Solutions Officer at Incopro, helping to successfully develop the business over the past five years. With an academic background in law and experience in law enforcement and the private sector, Helen holds extensive knowledge of IP protection technology and practice. She has investigated a number of high-profile complex online cases during her career and acted as an expert witness on the effectiveness of site blocking including the 2014 Richemont case on the effectiveness of site blocking.
Global Cyber Security Manager, Vodafone
Biography Lanre Rotimi is the Global Cyber Security Process Manager at Vodafone. He has over a decade of experience with reducing cyber risks by delivering security improvement programs across public and private sector organisations.
Lanre has led Vodafone’s cyber security process architecture workstream for over three years. This ties together multiple functions, services and business units across 27 countries.
Editor, Packaging Today
Having helped to develop and run the PACE Packaging Forum for consumer goods market, Matthew helped to develop the precursor to the modern GBPS , GSS. His focus has moved to the editorial side and he is responsible for packaging trade titles in the group ; packaging today, converting today, packaging and converting Intelligence and Sustainable Packaging insight. He remains focused on trends, developments, challenges and opportunities in the consumer goods market, branding, supply chain and security.