IPR training press release Ruse

11.10.2017

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On October 11, 2017 the Bulgarian Customs Agency and ARSIS Consulting completed the 2017 IP roadshow with a training session in Ruse. The last training event for 2017 was attended by 28 customs officers from Ruse, Svishtov and Lom offices who work on border monitoring control under Regulation 608/2013.

The training session in Ruse wrapped-up the 2017 IP roadshow initiative that was focused on detection of counterfeit goods. During the calendar 2017 4 training sessions on location took place in Sofia, Plovdiv, Burgas and Ruse. The trainings were attended by over 110 customs officers from around the country who represent a major part of the people working on IP in the Bulgarian Customs. Product ID presentations of over 15 international brands were delivered by ARSIS team members working on anti-counterfeiting.

Said Velizar Sokolov, the Managing partner of ARSIS Consulting: “We are really thankful that the Bulgarian Customs are doing very good job in detecting and seizing counterfeits at the Bulgarian borders. Initiatives such as the IP roadshow are an excellent way to get everybody up-to-date with the latest trends in anti-counterfeiting and ease the work of the officers by providing support on how to successfully identify suspicious products. We are really proud to partner with the Bulgarian Customs Agency on this initiative.”

 

Further information for upcoming brand protection initiatives and trainings in 2018 can be provided upon request at arsis@arsis.cc



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