Incopro

Services Provided

Product security and anti-counterfeiting technology solutions, Online brand protection

Countries

Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, United States

Contact Information

Helen Saunders
helen.saunders/at/incoproip.com
020 3922 1230
Old Change House, 128 Queen Victoria Street, EC4V 4BJ, London, UK

Region(s)

Asia Pacific, North America, European Union, Europe (non-EU countries)

Website

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Company Description

Incopro is an online IP and brand protection software provider that arms brand owners with actionable intelligence to combat online and offline intellectual property and copyright infringements. Its flagship product, Talisman, combines big data and machine learning technology with legal and law enforcement expertise to gather and analyse relevant data for its customers.
Comprised of experts in IP law, investigation, engineering and technical design who are fluent in over 45 languages, Incopro delivers measurable reductions in online vulnerability that deliver direct financial benefits to clients. Founded in 2012 by CEO and IP protection lawyer Simon Baggs, & current CTO and system architect Bret Boivin, Incopro protects brands facing the threat of IP and copyright infringement.
The company’s unique clustering technology can scan the Internet, over 400 different marketplaces and 45 social media websites to identify infringement networks and connect the commercial scale of counterfeiters.
Incopro enables brands to enforce their trademarks at scale and combat illicit activity online. Talisman leverages big data to identify commercial infringement networks, create enforcement efficiencies and ensures its clients are focusing on eliminating any issues their brands may be facing on the Internet.
The Talisman software has enabled the comprehensive takedown of all infringements and associated operations within an average of 8-24 hours of being found and analysed.
Incopro has offices in the UK, USA & China and employs over 120 people. Over 450 brands currently use its software, including Mondelez, Brother, Dr. Martens, Harley Davidson, Cath Kidston, Superdry, New Era, ghd and Ted Baker

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