The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) is a trade association representing nearly 200 manufacturers and distributors of branded products and firms of intellectual property lawyers and agents. It exists to represent its members and industry generally in the campaign against the manufacture and sale of counterfeit branded products.
The British Brands Group is a not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of brand manufacturers in the UK. Its members vary in size and cover a wide range of product sectors. The role of the Group is to encourage recognition of the values and benefits of brands to consumers, society and the economy and to represent the interests of brand manufacturers on those issues that affect their ability to operate in a framework of fair competition.
The International Anti-counterfeiting Coalition (IACC) is a Washington, D.C.-based trade association representing intellectual property (IP) owners, law firms, investigators, associations and product security developers involved in promoting improved protection and enforcement of intellectual property. The IACC focus is on IP enforcement issues at the national and international levels. The IACC conducts training and education programs for law enforcement and government officials in the United States and abroad. The organization engages U.S. Government organizations with policy recommendations, meetings and participation in training programs. The IACC also participates in regional and international programs sponsored by intergovernmental organizations such as WIPO and APEC.