Exclusive survey reveals IACC member sentiment: broadly positive, but concerns linger over transparency

An exclusive survey conducted by World Trademark Review reveals that members of the International Anti-counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) are broadly positive about the organisation and its trajectory. This comes nearly a year after a number of members quit the IACC and an independent review was launched into its inner workings. However, while our survey found that the IACC’s programmes were rated highly by respondents (especially with regard to training and lobbying efforts), concerns were expressed as to the organisation’s leadership and a perceived lack of transparency.

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