In Red Points we specialize in Intellectual Property protection and defend brands online, using a combination of our experienced analysts and our proprietary technology. Our technology is the core of our protection solution, it employs machine learning algorithms that scan the internet and identify all IP infringements. We then validate and remove infringements, all the while reporting the details of each infringement in real time for our clients.

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Red Points Brand Intelligence platform covers your full brand exposure to protect your sales, reputation, and customers against infringements.

Claire Kowarsky is one of three owners of HSS IPM, a Swiss-based intellectual property consulting firm with clients spanning Fortune 500 megabrands through to start-ups. Originally from Australia, before becoming a lawyer she studied marketing and worked on both agency and client side for some of the biggest Aussie and international brands. Working in intellectual property has turned out to be the perfect way to combine Claire’s interests in law, marketing, and business generally.

Maximilian Kislevitz started Bala on sabbatical in Southeast Asia with his eventual wife, Natalie Holloway. They were inspired by a meditative yoga class they'd hoped would be more strenuous. Shortly thereafter, they sketched out a modernization of the old-school wrist and ankle weights from the 1980s. They called it Bala, which means 'strength' in Sanskrit.
Prior to Bala, Max worked at a number of world-renowned advertising agencies, leading brand-defining work for the likes of Netflix, Google, NFL, and P&G. Max comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. His grandparent's started the generational toy company, Colorforms.

Claire Kowarsky

Director & Co-owner
at HSS

MODERATOR

Key considerations brand owners should have in mind before launching a new product online

In this webinar you will learn

2
First-hand stories

of how Red Points helped renowned brands leverage data to enhance efficiency in detecting and enforcing online counterfeits

2
Real examples

of how Red Points help companies identify patterns and trends to make informed decisions, not assumptions

What you will learn 

3
How 
visual data can provide your brand with the full picture over your online presence and help build a sustainable brand protection plan for your business

3
How

tech can gather data for business intelligence and legal actions

1
How

How to build a sustainable brand protection strategy by leveraging data 

Exclusive conversation with Shark Tank-backed Bala Bangles

Building & protecting a brand: From idea to global reality

ON DEMAND DIGITAL EVENT 

Building & protecting a brand: From idea to global reality an uncertain future

ON DEMAND LIVE EVENT 

In this webinar 
you will learn

About speakers 

Claire Kowarsky is one of three owners of HSS IPM, a Swiss-based intellectual property consulting firm with clients spanning Fortune 500 megabrands through to start-ups. Originally from Australia, before becoming a lawyer she studied marketing and worked on both agency and client side for some of the biggest Aussie and international brands. Working in intellectual property has turned out to be the perfect way to combine Claire’s interests in law, marketing, and business generally.

Maximilian Kislevitz

Co-founder
at Bala Bangles 

SPEAKER

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As part of the Brand Intelligence Summit, a digital event on brand protection, online reputation, and ecommerce strategies, Bala Bangles, wearable weights company, and "Shark Tank"  TV show participant and winner, will discuss the opportunities and challenges of turning an idea to global reality.

Claire Kowarsky

Director & Co-owner
at HSS 

MODERATOR

Maximilian Kislevitz started Bala on sabbatical in Southeast Asia with his eventual wife, Natalie Holloway. They were inspired by a meditative yoga class they'd hoped would be more strenuous. Shortly thereafter, they sketched out a modernization of the old-school wrist and ankle weights from the 1980s. They called it Bala, which means 'strength' in Sanskrit.
Prior to Bala, Max worked at a number of world-renowned advertising agencies, leading brand-defining work for the likes of Netflix, Google, NFL, and P&G. Max comes from a long line of entrepreneurs. His grandparent's started the generational toy company, Colorforms.

What you will learn 

1
How

How to build a sustainable brand protection strategy by leveraging data 

2
Real examples

of how Red Points help companies identify patterns and trends to make informed decisions, not assumptions

3
How

tech can gather data for business intelligence and legal actions

As part of the Brand Intelligence Summit, a digital event on brand protection, online reputation, and ecommerce strategies, Bala Bangles, wearable weights company, and "Shark Tank"  TV show participant and winner, will discuss the opportunities and challenges of turning an idea to global reality. 

Description

What are the new geographical priorities right holders should focus and target efforts on in 2020

First hand stories of how Red Points helped renowned brands leverage data to enhance efficiency in detecting and enforcing online counterfeits

How visual data can provide your brand with the full picture over your online presence and help build a sustainable brand protection plan for your business

How tech can gather data for business intelligence and legal actions


Description

Session | 3 out of 4    
Length | 29 mins

Session | 3 out of 4
Length | 29 mins

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Key considerations brand owners should have in mind before launching a new product online

How Bala Bangles successfully managed to protect its unique brand identity from counterfeiters

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Key factors and timings to bear in mind to build a strong IP strategy 


Maximilian Kislevitz

Co-founder
at Bala Bangles 

SPEAKER

How Bala Bangles successfully managed to protect its unique brand identity from counterfeiters

Key factors and timings to bear in mind to build a strong IP strategy