After a few weak hands it's back on like donkey kong!!! .0013 X .0014
IFHR doing a 1-100 RS in the coming weeks Tuesday, July 20, 2010 Rhino Human Resources I have been asked by a few people about Rhino Human Resources (Currently Infe human Resources, IFHR), a new project of mine so I will explain the relationship here to put rumors and conjecture to rest.
An entrepreneur rarely works on one project. Opportunities come and go and I am currently involved in one way or another with several. Lending my experience and creative talents to companies both private and public is what I do best.
Rhino Human Resources (formerly INFE human Resources pink sym: IFHR) is another company bound to our debtor for about 1.2 million dollars. Since I try to make it a point not to be the CEO of more than one public company at a time (I am CEO of several private companies), I am only currently a consultant to Rhino, while Robert Anderson is CEO, and Rachel Collins is secretary. Down the road I will be appointed chairman of the board for the firm.
I will offer all my experience and expertise as well as office space, cubicles and even personnel to Rhino to help make it great. A private company of mine, Lonestaffing, Inc. (www.lonestaffing.com) has been acquired by Rhino for shares of equity and although I am currently only a consultant, the goal will be to become the majority shareholder and Chairman down the road a bit.
Rhino offers a great situation in that like MedGen, it is a debt conversion deal, however, unlike MedGen, IFHR has almost no float in the public. We will be cleaning it up with a 100 for one reverse and it'll be tighter than a guitar string (I could have gotten gross on this one for a laugh, but didn't). Plus the staffing industries are exploding and lonestaffing staffs for commission only salespersons, an area of little competition and tremendous growth. They will be setting up a blog and forum similar to this one shortly.
So in a nut shell, currently I'm just a consultant for the company, a few of my team members are directors and I am going to oversee a few mergers and acquisitions and incubate the company here at our corporate offices, but it is a separate project from MedGen (Soon to be Northstar Global Business Services) completely.
Again, (I want to mention this one more time), the company (IFHR) is going to go through a 100 for 1 reverse along with the name change in the next couple weeks. At that point I'll help my guys work their magic and make the company a national success.
Thank you, Raymond Barton CEO NorthStar Global Business Services, Inc. (Formerly, MedGen)