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.

Kirklees Business Week to feature address by BBC Future Media exec

The BBC works with suppliers all around the UK to improve the value and quality of its digital services

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Kirklees Business Week to feature address by BBC Future Media exec

The BBC works with suppliers all around the UK to improve the value and quality of its digital services

Southdale reveals major housing plans

Construction and development specialist Southdale has joined forces with Brewster Bye Architects to work on several developments across the region

The Legacy wallet

Crowdfunding request comes up trumps for university graduates

Design start-up Legacy, run by product design graduates James Whitfield and Sean Sykes, has launched the “next generation” of slim executive wallets with a crowdfunding campaign in September

West Yorkshire Enterprise Agency supports Pampered Pooches in expansion plans

Twenty-year-old Freya McAvoy, of Thornhill, Dewsbury, runs Pampered Pooches which covers everything from basic grooming and style to facials, massages and more

Business Profile: Liz Burns and Scott Laidlaw at Diamonds & Dusters

They’ve got grand designs for boosting their business

Uni Media Mash books a place in national competition

Huddersfield University student Sam Forrest is helping fellow students keep down costs with online trading platform Uni Media Mash

The Syngenta site on Leeds Road

Syngenta workers in Huddersfield face big pension changes

The talks centre on proposals to base the employees’ pensions on their pensionable pay at March 1, 2015 – no matter how many more years they may be employed by the company

Yorkshire Water investigates sewage leak in that's causing a stink in the Holme Valley

Holmfirth resident Tony Cook says sewage seeping through a wall at Modd Lane is posing a health hazard

High-speed fibre optic broadband boost for Batley

Superfast West Yorkshire project ahead of schedule to bring quicker broadband to our area

More than 21,500 properties across West Yorkshire can now access high-speed broadband under a government project

Huddersfield's Arnold Clark dealership wins award

Peugeot dealership Arnold Clark in Huddersfield has been recognised for the quality of its digital service

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