Empresaria Group PLC
23 February 2006

Empresaria Group Plc ('Empresaria' or the 'Group')

Year End Trading Update

Ahead of entering its close period, Empresaria Group plc provides the following
trading update.

The Board is pleased to report continued strong growth in revenues and profit.
It is confident that the Group's financial performance for the year ended 31
December 2005 will meet market expectations. It will announce Preliminary
results on Monday 24 April 2006.

The Group is making good progress towards becoming a balanced, international
specialist staffing company. The operations in Japan and the USA (both
investments in start-ups made over the past 15 months) continue to perform ahead
of expectations. The recent Australian acquisition, Monroe Consulting Group, has
integrated well and offers the potential for operations in south-east Asia.
Further possible start-ups and acquisitions in fast growing staffing markets
overseas are being assessed. Meanwhile, the Group's good performance in its UK
businesses in the closing months of 2005 has continued into 2006.

Progress on the development of the business will be reported further with the
Preliminary Results.


For further information contact:
Miles Hunt, Chief Executive, Empresaria Group plc Tel: 01293 649903
Nick Hall-Palmer, Group Finance Director, Empresaria Group plc Tel: 01293 649906

Editors' note:

Empresaria is a diversified recruitment group built on the philosophy of
management equity. It comprises 25 companies operating in five broad market
sectors including Financial Services, Construction and Property Services, Supply
Chain, Public Sector and Specialist Brands, with each company being partly owned
by its management team. The group employs over 300 staff in over 30 locations
including UK, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, and China. Shares are
traded on AiM.

Empresaria Group plc website: www.empresaria.com
AiM website: www.londonstockexchange.com

This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange

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