Innovation is key to strong economics, but where there is a lack of intellectual property rights and a high risk of counterfeiting, there is a reluctance to invest and innovate and, as a result, huge potential losses to a country’s economy.
An EU report reveals the state of counterfeit imports in the EU, as well as Europe’s biggest national importers of fake goods.
Torrenting and internet piracy may be making a comeback - Red Points investigates the new research on patterns of global internet usage.
Though China produces the overwhelming majority of counterfeit products, Turkey has become Europe's gateway for counterfeits by abusing with IP rights and an influx of Syrian refugees.
Red Points outlines 4 marketplaces to be included in current and future brand protection strategies.
To help you stay on top of brand protection, as well as all the surrounding news, we’ve compiled some of the best authorities in the field.
Red Points’ easy-to-follow guide for reporting counterfeit products on wish.com
Working with agents and distributors in China can be a great way to grow as a company - but there are plenty of potential pitfalls you need to look out for.
The Chinese market, the world’s largest, is notoriously difficult for foreign enterprises to enter, due the Chinese government’s favouring of domestic brands, as well as huge differences in technology and business cultures.