We are delighted to announce that we are the headline sponsor for Cambridge City Hockey Club (CCHC), entering a partnership with the club for the next season 2022/23.
CCHC provides hockey for all, ranging from under six year olds to pensioners, returning parents to people with disabilities and participation players to national league athletes.
Uniting both Ecoinomy and CCHC is a shared belief that sporting pursuits go hand in hand with organic medicine to treat post workout stress, aches and pains.
Playing hockey provides opportunities to develop individual personality strengths, build team work, enjoy improved mental and physical health. Ecoinomy help facilitate this by ensuring balance alongside an active lifestyle, healthy diet and use of organic medicines and therapies when needed.
The support of Ecoinomy will allow CCHC to continue its work in advancing hockey for all in the Cambridge area and beyond. The club has over 1,000 members, fields six women’s teams, seven men’s teams, a range of masters (veterans) teams and a wide range of youth age group squads. It also provides access to Flyerz Hockey (parahockey), social hockey for parents returning to the game and community outreach to ensure the game is genuinely open to all.
Rob Harris, Club Director, Cambridge City HC: “The club is really excited to work with Ecoinomy and grateful for their support. This will allow us to continue providing hockey for all in our area and achieve our mutual aim of a happier, healthier population.”
Carl Jat, Chief Operating Officer at Ecoinomy comments: “I am delighted to announce Ecoinomy’s support for Cambridge City Hockey Club for the 22/23 season as headline sponsor. Our company mission is to enable accessibility to a healthier, happier lifestyle, so we were delighted to be given the opportunity to sponsor CCHC who are the very embodiment of our core values. We look forward to seeing all 13 senior teams and their talented youth division in action and will be cheering them on for their forthcoming season.”
For more information about the Ecoinomy project get in touch with an Ecoinomy representative.
We think you might also like this posts:
Dr Tod Mikuriya’s list
Dr. Tod Mikuriya was a pioneering psychiatrist who spent his career researching and advocating for the medical use of cannabis. Through his work, Dr. Mikuriya treated over 9,000 patients with cannabis and maintained a list of more than 200 ailments
Tips on Overcoming MHRA License Barriers for the UK Medical Cannabis Market
An MHRA license is required to manufacture Cannabis-based products for medicinal use (CBPMs) and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). This license requires an inspection of the site to confirm it has an appropriate facility, staff and Pharmaceutical Quality Management System and has carried out the required activities (including process and analytical validation). There currently isn’t a way to operate both authorisation processes independently because each regulatory authorisation process requires some aspects of the other. Which presents a problem for new companies looking to enter the market. … Read More
A Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice: Everything You Need To Know About Meeting Medical Cannabis Compliance Requirements
If you’re new to the world of medical cannabis, CBD or industrial hemp, you may not have come across the term Good Manufacturing Practice (also known as GMP) before. It is a complicated regulatory landscape that cultivators and manufacturers of medical cannabis must understand if they are to meet compliance standards.
We’re here to shine a light on what exactly this means, why it’s important and what the benefits of GMP are. … Read More