Make your nominations for the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards 2016
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Make your nominations for the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards 2016


Managing IP is delighted to be working with the GACG on the 2016 Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards. Nominations can now be made


This is the 18th year of the Awards, but the first time that Managing IP has been involved. The Awards recognise outstanding achievement in fighting counterfeiting in the following categories:

  • National public body

  • International public organisations

  • Companies/businesses

  • Groups/associations

  • Professional/technology services

  • Media

The awards will be presented in Paris on June 8 2016 to mark World Anti-Counterfeiting Day.

The deadline for nominations is Friday May 6 2016. To make a nomination in any of the categories, please download the nomination form from our website, fill it in and send to

You can send the form as a Word file, PDF or jpeg or simply send your nomination and reasoning in the email. 

The winners will be decided by judges from the GACG Network, Managing IP and representatives of previous winners.

A full report on the winners, including photos from the ceremony, will be available in June.

Details of the 2015 Awards are available on the GACG website.

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