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Knightsbridge signs joint venture agreement with HR Chally Group

Friday, February 9, 2007
TORONTO -- Knightsbridge Human Capital Solutions, Canada's leading
integrated human capital solutions provider, announced the signing of
a licensing agreement with the HR Chally Group, a U.S.-based
assessment services group, for the use of its web-based, selection and
development technology. In keeping with Knightsbridge's strategy of
growth through strategic acquisition and product innovation, this
partnership allows Knightsbridge to advance its reputation as a leader
in the assessment business by offering Chally's leading-edge
predictive assessment technology to Canadian clients. As part of the
licensing agreement, Knightsbridge gains exclusivity in Canada as well
as the ability to service clients in the U.S and international
marketplace.

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