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New Zealand: All blacks welcome Iniose as new partner

On July 28, 2021 at 7:55 pm – Updated on July 28, 2021 at 7:56 pm.

Matthew Warnier

While the New Zealand Rugby Federation is still looking for a new key partner, it has formalized a performance agreement with the British petrochemical group Aeneas.

Jim Radcliffe extends his influence to New Zealand. After he was involved in cycling with Team with his name on it, Football by purchasing Lausanne and Nice clubs for the US Cup or a joint trip with Ben Ainsley in Formula 1. Entering the capital of the Mercedes team, The Enios team has a foothold in the world of rugby and does so through the front door. In fact, the New Zealand Rugby Federation (NZR) was formalized by a press release this Wednesday A joint venture agreement with the British Petrochemical Group over the next six years. From 2022 to 2028, the All Blacks and all other New Zealand rugby teams will work with the Enios Sport team to “identify opportunities for performance gains”. In the search for a new key partner following the departure of US insurer AIG at the end of 2021, The arrival of Inios may be part of the financial fresh air balloon that NZR leaders expect.

A deal that does not please everyone …

According to NZR boss Mark Robinson, This partnership with Inios is “an exciting new adventure” that will allow All Blocks to “work with some of the best sports teams in the world”.. For his part, Inios is the leader of the group Jim Radcliffe Did not hide her satisfaction. “We are delighted to be partnering with All Blocks,” the businessman said in a statement. They always showed the necessary courage and determination to perform at the highest level of the game and we can learn a lot from them.. However, Inyos’ commitment to New Zealand rugby teams is not in line with the taste of the environmental association Greenpeace, which will display the brand logo on their shorts. “Many of our rugby players are of Mari descent or descendants of the Pacific people, people at the forefront of rising sea levels and heavy rains,” said Jurassa Lee, manager of the association in New Zealand. Don’t ask them to wear the identity of a climate pollutant like Inios. “Considering that NZR’s employers obviously don’t take that into account.

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