Britain's Federation of Sport & Play Industries (FSPA) plans to change its logo and to improve its communication strategy. Working closely with the new British government in relation to Brexit, it will hold a meeting of its members next year to discuss its implications for the industry. The main concerns that they have at the moment are free movement of people, the status of EU national who live and work in the U.K., stability, timelines and tariffs. Jane Montgomery, managing director of FSPA, is also sharing with the government the conclusions of a new working committee on the Digital Single Market, based on its collaboration on the issue with the European Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (Fesi) and the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI).