Companies avoid awkward exposure on anti-counterfeiting issues by being under the BPG umbrella.
Members benefit from BPG relations with the government, law enforcement authorities, the media, and other IP protection organizations.
The members’ interests and agendas can be promoted via BPG profile and influence.
BPG members exchange information and experience, both internally and with the local authorities in the region.
Members will benefit from the specialized training to differentiate between authentic and counterfeited products that the group provides for governmental enforcement agencies such as customs and others.
The BPG signs agreements and memorandums of understanding (MOU) with official law enforcement entities on behalf of its members.
BPG commissions economic impact studies and other forms of research on behalf of its members.
BPG forms partnerships with similar anti-counterfeiting global associations. These global links will increase information sharing, advice and action.
Members have access to IP related conferences and events.
Members have access to the BPG website providing contacts, guidance database, and instant news on recent developments and legislations.