Incopro, the online brand protection provider, today announced that it has engaged leading domain name dispute specialist firm SILKA.
Incopro represents a growing international customer base, providing technology that focuses on prioritisation and quantifiable return on investment.
With this added expertise, Incopro will offer its customers the experience and knowledge that SILKA bring in connection with domain name recovery.
SILKA represents brands in domain name disputes anywhere in the world, with a success rate of 99 per cent across more than 700 disputes.
Simon Baggs, CEO at Incopro, commented: “Our customers appreciate prioritisation is at the heart of what we do. Not every domain name issue should be met with a recovery action. But where this is desired, we want our customers to have access to the best and most cost-effective advice. SILKA have a phenomenal reputation and will enhance the service that we can provide. We are delighted to be working with them.”
Cecilia Borgenstam, group CEO at SILKA, said: “We work with the same type of companies, and our expertise in shutting down websites that damage a brand is a natural complement to the technology of Incopro. We are very happy to get to help more companies with this.”
SILKA’s added expertise opens up a wider array of enforcement options available to Incopro’s clients, making it easier for them to have websites that are damaging to their brand removed from the internet.
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.
Incopro has offices in the UK, USA & China and employs over 150 people. Over 450 brands currently use its software, including Dr. Martens, Harley Davidson, Cath Kidston, Superdry, New Era, Ladbrokes Coral Group, ghd and Ted Baker.
Founded in 2014 by Cecilia Borgenstam and Klara Sigvardsson, SILKA is a young and fast-growing company working with well-known consumer brands globally. The team is made up of nine experienced enforcement specialists and has a success rate of 99 per cent across more than 700 disputes. It is a highly specialised team which, as opposed to traditional law firms, focuses solely on the enforcement of IP rights online. SILKA has offices in New York and Stockholm.
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