Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek joined the Examiner in 1979 after studying journalism at Sheffield. He worked as a news reporter before becoming business correspondent in the mid-1980s. He is also editor of Kirklees Business News and leads the judging panel for the annual Examiner Business Awards.

Look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves

Bank of Mum and Dad pays out £2.3bn in Yorkshire

The Equity Release Council says one in six of Yorkshire's over 55s are helping fund their adult offspring and grandchildren

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Look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves

Bank of Mum and Dad pays out £2.3bn in Yorkshire

The Equity Release Council says one in six of Yorkshire's over 55s are helping fund their adult offspring and grandchildren

Princess Royal visits SKA Textiles, Huddersfield

Princess Anne was shown around one of Huddersfield leading textile firms by Zeb Pervaiz, managing director of SKA Textiles

Jermyn Consulting moves to Huddersfield

Business continuity specialist Jermyn Consulting has moved from the Midlands to Huddersfield's Media Centre

Kirklees College students win design contest

Two teams of students from Kirklees College have designed products to be sold to raise cash for the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

Enterprise Print signs for Town

Honley-based Enterprise Print has become the latest business to sign up as a partner with Huddersfield Town

Somerset House date for Steve Bradley

Pennine Business Partners marketing expert Steve Bradley has been helping start-ups at an event in London

Stefanie Hopkins, founder of Birstall-based Faith PR

Faith PR adds Deboarh Ogden to client list

Performance coach and speaker Deborah Ogden has appointed Brighouse-based Faith PR to help promote her corporate work

Brantwood Financial Planning appoints consultant

BWD joint founder Michael Woodhead joins Brantwood Financial Planning Ltd as corporate development consultant

David Brown Tractor Club mark special 50th anniversary

David Brown Tractor Club is planning to mark 50 years since the firm's ground-breaking 770 Selectamatic rolled off the assembly line

Lee Hayes, regional sales director for Close Brothers Invoice Finance in Yorkshire

Close Brothers survey spotlights SME finances

Many SMEs are failing to regularly review their business finance, says Lee Hayes, of Close Brothers Invoice Finance

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