The fight against counterfeit products and the creation of an adequate framework for the digital transformation in Europe will be among the main priorities for the Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (Fesi) following the appointment of a new president, Neil Narriman, during the organization's annual general assembly in Brussels last week. Narriman's other stated priorities for Fesi's lobbying action in Brussels are the promotion of free, fair and sustainable trade between the European Union and its key trading partners as well as the acceleration of circularity principles in the sporting goods sector. Narriman, 47, has been working for Puma since 2006, and has been the brand's general counsel for intellectual property since 2012. More in SGI Europe.