The Label Printers A Sponsor/Presenter of the 5th Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit

The Label Printers is a sponsor & workshop presenter for the Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit, 9/27-29 in New York. Presenters include brand owners Tiffany, Apple, Sony and Merck; solution providers The Label Printers; government agencies the U.S. Dept. of Commerce’s Intellectual Property Rights Office, USPTO's Intellectual Property Policy & Enforcement, Homeland Security’s U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement; and many other intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting experts.

Online PR News – 15-September-2010 – – Aurora, IL, September 14, 2010 – The Label Printers is a sponsor and workshop presenter for the Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit, September 27 - 29 in New York City. Conference presenters include brand owners such as Tiffany & Company, Seven for All Mankind, Apple, Oakley, Sony, Johnson & Johnson and Merck; solution providers such as The Label Printers and Mark Monitor; government agencies such as the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Intellectual Property Rights Office, United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Office of Intellectual Property Policy and Enforcement, Homeland Security’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement; and many other intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting experts. The Conference, Workshops, and Exhibits will be presented and attended by individuals representing the law enforcement community, IP and brand owners, anti-counterfeiting solution suppliers, and others interested in combating the global menace of counterfeiting and piracy.

The Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit will include three days of workshops, presentations, and case studies. The Summit’s Conferences and Workshops will cover such topics as:
• The latest counterfeiting trends, legislation and case law
• Creating, budgeting and managing a successful anti-counterfeiting program
• Combating counterfeiters from country-to-country, region-to-region
• Promoting a public awareness campaign
• Valuable insights into the latest and greatest anti-counterfeiting technologies
• Cutting-edge strategies for conquering counterfeiters online

The Label Printers’ Conference presentation is on Day 1 and covers:
• Business Process Driven or Technology Driven? A Holistic Approach to Creating a Multi-Layered Anti-Counterfeiting Solution
In this session, participants will learn how to:
Create a specific, well-defined process to address your overall organizational needs and goals and the impact to them from your anticounterfeiting efforts
Understand how each of the many available anti-counterfeiting technologies address the challenges presented in your supply chain
Utilize a myriad number of security options and layer technologies to meet overt, covert and/or forensic requirements
How to perform an effective cost-benefit analysis of the many available anticounterfeiting technologies: Assess the business-related costs for protecting your product in the long run relative to the damage caused by loss or liability
Workshop Leader:
Lori Campbell
Chief of Operations
The Label Printers

More information about the Anti-Counterfeiting & Brand Protection Summit may be found on IQPC’s web site or by clicking on the link:

The Label Printers, Aurora, IL, started in business in 1967, manufacturing simple label constructions in a 1,000 square foot space, with 1 employee, serving the local Chicago market.
Today, the company has evolved into one of the 100 largest converters in the United States. The Label Printers owns and operates two facilities in Aurora, Illinois, manufacturing and distributing labels and packaging products to thousands of customers in 25 countries around the world. The company’s packaging products are certified to ISO 9001 standards, and their quality is backed up by their 99.6% Quality Acceptance Rating.
To contact The Label Printers, call 800.229.9549 or e-mail the company at

The Label Printers is a member of NASPO (North American Security Products Organization), CACP (Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy), TLMI (Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute) and the FTA (Flexographic Technical Association).

About IQPC (International Quality and Productivity Center):
In the 1970s, the publishers of Industry Week magazine co-founded a company called Penton Learning Systems. Its mission and purpose was to "supply the missing link between a number of disconnected colleges and universities, each marginally effective in designing and developing short courses for managerial and professional workers, and an integrated system of great power." For 15 years, Penton Learning Systems managed this consortium with great success. It assisted in the design and development of over 30,000 short courses/seminars in the fields of quality management, project management, finance and accounting, marketing management, strategic planning and implementation, and the like.
On the foundations of the university and college consortium business, IQPC was born in 1989. IQPC now has offices in major cities across six continents including: Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivaled portfolio of problem-solving conferences. Each year IQPC offers approximately 2,000 worldwide conferences, seminars, and related learning programs.