MASCRADE 2017 – Movement Against Smuggling


Dear Mr. Kumar sagar,


We are delighted to inform you that FICCI’s Committee Against Smuggling & Counterfeiting Activities Destroying Economy (CASCADE) is organizing it’s flagship annual event under the title: MASCRADE 2017 – Movement Against Smuggling and Counterfeit Trade on 12-13 October, 2017 at the ITC Maurya, New Delhi. The theme of this year’s conference is Protect Your Brand Globally: Fight Counterfeiting, Smuggling and Piracy.


The conference will have participation of policy makers, enforcement officials, consumer organizations, senior business executives, lawyers and other stake holders. The technical sessions will be addressed by eminent speakers across geographies. The conference is structured to ensure that national and international stakeholders can dialogue and deliberate to identify opportunities for joint action between governments, private sector, and enforcement machinery to combat illegal trade.


We are delighted to inform that leading international institutions like World Customs Organization (WCO), INTERPOL, United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Organization for Economic Corporation and Development (OECD) and US Homeland Security have confirmed their participation at the conference. On this occasion, FICCI CASCADE will also release a publication titled, ‘Illicit Trade: Fueling Terror Financing and Organized Crime’


We would like to invite you to attend the conference and take part in the deliberations. For further details please click here.


A line in confirmation will be highly appreciated.


Look forward to having you with us at MASCRADE, 2017!

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