Harrie van Kaam, European sales manager at Tenson, will leave the Swedish outdoor and leisurewear company at the end of the year, after more than two decades with the brand. Van Kaam, managing director of Tenson Nederland, assumed his international functions seven years ago. Tenson is Swedish and owned by EQT, a Swedish investment fund, but most of its European business is steered from the Dutch office. Van Kaam’s functions are to be taken over, at least temporarily, by Johan Lövqvist, who left Didriksons to become general manager of Tenson last year. Lövqvist will divide his time between the company’s office in Gothenburg and the European office in the Netherlands. Van Kaam will seek other opportunities in the sports and fashion business.