Make Sure India: Brand Protection Workshops
Under its campaign “Make Sure India” ASPA is creating awareness to educate and enable brand owners, consumers, media & stakeholders to understand the benefits and importance of authentication technologies to curb counterfeiting in various sectors.
The webinar can be access with link at https://youtu.be/M571BHLiTz8
ASPA in association with Informa organized a seminar on Anti-Counterfeiting Trends and Developments in Packaging on 23rd October at ProPak India. The 2nd edition of ProPak India was held on 22-24 October 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. Over 100 exhibitors including from Germany, Italy, China, Singapore and other countries present their latest technology and innovation of machinery, materials, process control and testing, and automation for the processing and packaging market. The event got support from key trade bodies including the All India Food Processors’ Association (AIFPA), Flexible Packaging and Folding Carton Manufacturers Association of India (IFCA), Association of Food Scientists and Technologists (India)-Mumbai Chapter, Indian Authentication Solution Providers’ Association (ASPA), and SIES School of Packaging.
ASPA in association with Indian Printing Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers Association (IPAMA) organized a technical seminar on Integration of Authentication Solutions: An Overview on 4th February during recent Print Pack 2019. The technical seminar was jointly inaugurated by Mr. U K Gupta, President, ASPA & Mr. Dayakar Reddy, President, IPAMA. The seminar featured three speakers representing ASPA that ranged from physical anti-counterfeiting technologies, serialization, traceability and security inks and papers.
The Workshop was held at Hotel Taj Krishna, Hyderabad and was well attended by industry including representation from MYLAN Laboratories, MondelÄ“z International, AccelSAP, Dr. Reddy’s, Schneider, Woxen School of Business, Hetero Labs, KL Hi-tech & ASPA member including Holostik, Kantas Track Pack, Kumbhat, Holoflex, Manipal, Monotech, PharmaSecure, VINSAK & others. Mr. Uday Bhaskar, Director General, Pharmexcil grace the occasion as Chief Guest and said, “A lot to be done towards anti-counterfeiting measures as important tool in fighting fakes and that can be done with awareness. On the other hand, authentication industry also needs to address problem, challenges & hurdles for small SME brand owners
ASPA announced the extension of its industry and consumer centric “Make Sure India” campaign to Indore, Madhya Pradesh and kicked off the brand protection & IPR awareness across the country. At this occasion, U. K. Gupta, President, ASPA said, “It’s been more than two years, we are running the campaign ”Make Sure India” and this is the extension of the same campaign in the form of workshop for and I am very happy to announce that we are flagging it today from Indore.
ASPA conducted its industry and consumer centric “Make Sure India” campaign to Agra, Uttar Pradesh, to educate and enable brand owners to understand the benefits and importance of authentication solutions to curb counterfeiting in various sectors, thus protecting the lives of consumers, reputation of brands and revenue of brand owners in the country.
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ASPA expand its awareness program in Maharashtra, urge Government to act against counterfeits.
ASAP today announces the expansion of its “Make Sure India” campaign to Rajasthan, offering affordable and effective solutions to curb counterfeiting in various sectors to secure the interest and life of consumers, brands and revenue protection in Rajasthan.
ASPA announces its Make Sure India campaign.