We are building the #1 intellectual property (IP) platform that enables creators and innovators to create, manage, protect and monetize IPs–all in one place.
Today, we help global brands remove counterfeits from online marketplaces. Our AI-powered software automatically detects counterfeits on the 1,500+ online marketplaces in 115 different countries.
Counterfeiting is the largest criminal enterprise in the world with global sales of counterfeits expected to reach $3 trillion by 2023. The rise of online marketplaces is fueling this growth by dramatically lowering the hurdle of distributing counterfeits globally and increasing the magnitude and speed at which counterfeits are sold.
MarqVision was founded out of Harvard Law School and MIT to tackle this problem. While brands have traditionally relied on law firms to deal with infringers, it is practically impossible to take effective legal action against millions of counterfeits that are traded in real-time. Even online brand protection agencies hire monitoring agents to manually search for infringements – a highly labor-intensive process involving a lot of repetitive chores.
We use AI to automatically detect and remove counterfeits from global online marketplaces. Our technology enables efficient removal of counterfeits by automating the traditional anti-counterfeiting process end-to-end. Starting with IP protection, we are on our way to build a category-defining product in the IP industry using the power of AI.
CEO Mark Lee founded Marqvision in 2019 with the mission of modernizing companies' fight against fraud in the ecommerce space with artificial intelligence. Since then, Marqvision has grown exponentially.
Equipped with a strong team of legal and AI experts, Marqvision has been able to build a cutting-edge brand protection platform that allows companies to automatically detect and remove counterfeits sold online.
Since its successful launch in the US, MarqVision has initiated its plan to expand into the Asian market. As a first step toward that goal, it recently opened its Seoul office to protect Korean brands from IP infringements in China and Southeast Asia.