Date: Tuesday 27th February 2024
Time: 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET
Counterfeit products transcend borders. The impact of counterfeiting extends beyond financial implications. It poses risks to health, livelihoods and more—affecting manufacturers, retailers and consumers alike.
Recognize that anti-diversion and anti-counterfeiting efforts require a programmatic approach, not just technology deployment. This approach requires aligning strategy, technology, organization, training, and resources for success. There is a real need for collaboration to help identify, trace and authenticate the right product.
In this webinar: “Diversion and Counterfeiting: Uncovering Vulnerabilities and Mitigating Risks”, learn how to overcome barriers and reduce risks proactively by gaining supply chain visibility. Join us as we discuss identifying diversion and counterfeiting risks, implementing best practices as well as how to engage key stakeholders for successful outcomes.
Addressing these risks involves creating a corporate program with several layers of product and supply chain protection. Supply chain traceability and product authentication capabilities are essential to combating diversion and counterfeiting. Don’t miss it!
- Identify where diversion and counterfeiting are most likely in the supply chain
- How to engage and gain support from essential interdisciplinary stakeholders
- How to use information from intelligent software and tools to reinforce efforts
- Apply best practices to combat diversion and counterfeiting across industries
Vice President, Global Strategic Accounts
Dave DeJean is responsible for Systech’s strategic business opportunities. He supports and educates customers and stakeholders on best practices for implementing enterprise serialization, traceability and authentication solutions. Dave has over 35 years of market knowledge and hands-on experience in solution development and project methodology for regulatory compliance, brand protection and supply chain traceability. He is a subject matter expert in packaging execution systems, product identification and supply chain transparency.
Editor at Large, Packaging Europe
Coming from a background of translation and online news editing, Elisabeth has been with Packaging Europe since 2006, and in this time has developed a broad understanding of the packaging industry and an appreciation of the numerous innovations and developments that have come up over the years.