SOURCE: INfe Human Resources, Inc.

June 13, 2006 09:20 ET

INfe Human Resources Drives Growth and Performance of Staffing Subsidiary's Blue Collar Placement Division

Blue Collar Arm of Wholly Owned Subsidiary INfe Human Resources of New York Increases Margins, Expands Customer Base, Streamlines Operations, Broadens Services and Reduces Costs

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 13, 2006 -- INfe Human Resources, Inc. (OTCBB: IFHR), an innovative staffing company acquiring and accelerating the growth of staffing businesses in high-margin market niches, announced that the blue collar placement division of wholly owned subsidiary INfe Human Resources of New York, Inc. is realizing significant growth and improved performance. Strengthened by INfe Human Resources' successful roll-up acquisition and strategic direction, the blue collar division has increased profit margins, expanded its customer base, streamlined operations, added service offerings and reduced costs.

INfe Human Resources CEO Arthur D. Viola commented: "We are extremely pleased to see the positive momentum and expansion building within the blue collar division under our guidance. Both the blue collar and white collar divisions are progressing extremely well. Last month we announced that the white collar branch has increased revenue by 56% in the twenty weeks since our acquisition."

Mr. Viola continued: "One of the companies that was acquired and rolled up into the blue collar division generated an estimated $1 million in revenue last year. Since its acquisition, sales and profit margins are up, with more than half of its customers at new billing rates that are as much as 50% higher due to both premium placements and market value pricing. This is all very good news for INfe Human Resources' bottom line."

After analyzing the blue collar division's business INfe Human Resources found concrete ways to improve performance including adding higher-margin premium placements, expanding the customer base, providing incentives to sales and operations staff, improving customer service to increase client loyalty, lowering recruiter turnover, fostering company loyalty and teamwork, incorporating value-added services like background checks, and reducing costs through automated timekeeping, tracking and payroll functions.

These changes were implemented through INfe Human Resources' wholly owned Daniels Corporate Advisory Company subsidiary, which offers financial consulting services designed to enable rapid growth for client companies.

INfe Human Resources has acquired revenue-generating staffing companies with complementary services and rolled them up into its wholly owned staffing subsidiary, achieving dramatic increases in revenue for first quarter 2006 and progressing from a development to operating stage company classification.

For further information on this release contact Equity Alliance International, Mike Procopio, (858) 523-0117 and/or YES INTERNATIONAL, Rich Kaiser, 800-631-8127.

About INfe Human Resources, Inc. (IFHR)

INfe Human Resources, Inc., operating through wholly owned subsidiary INfe Human Resources of New York, Inc., is an innovative staffing company engaged in roll-up acquisitions of staffing businesses in high-margin market niches. To date the company has closed four acquisitions, resulting in significant revenue increases, expanded service offerings, reductions in back office costs and increased market share in the $70 billion staffing industry. In addition to taking advantage of major growth and opportunity for consolidation in the staffing market, as principals, INfe Human Resources offers capital and corporate financial consulting services to OTC Bulletin Board companies through its wholly owned Daniels Corporate Advisory Company subsidiary. INfe Human Resources' management team leverages a record of individual success in driving the growth of emerging companies to help potential consulting clients identify advantageous market niches and execute profitable roll-up acquisitions, with the objective of achieving both high-level sales and earnings growth and the Wall Street valuation they need for an Amex or NASDAQ listing.

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