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.

Howarths People and Safety Management renews stadium deal

Cleckheaton-based Howarths People and Safety Management will stage a charity event at the John Smith's Stadium in October

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Howarths People and Safety Management renews stadium deal

Cleckheaton-based Howarths People and Safety Management will stage a charity event at the John Smith's Stadium in October

KC Works enjoys success

Kirklees College and Stafflex have successfully placed students in permanent jobs as part of the KC Works work experience scheme

Business Profile: Michelle Bancroft, of Slimming World

Michelle Bancroft is helping people feel better about themselves as a Slimming World consultant

Orchard Energy helps kitchen manufacturer

Omega PLC is set to benefit from the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme following a link-up with Elland firm Orchard Energy

Vision Express apprentice passes with flying colours

Abigail Pierre has qualified as an optical assistant with Vision Express

The future looks bleak for Greece whatever the outcome of its referendum, says Nick Gartland, of Investec Wealth & Investment

There is no other place to focus on this month’s article than the well-publicised Greece crisis

The Engine Room highlights manufacturers' concerns

A survey conducted by The Engine Room at MY15 has highlighted key issues for engineering and food and drink firms

Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce backs Examiner campaign

The decision to pause electrification of the trans-Pennine rail route is "profoundly disappointing" says Steven Leigh

Oakwell Hall and Red House Museum

Go back to 1914 with Oakwell Hall and Red House to experience life in a military camp

Re-enactment group the Lancashire Hussars will take part in Your Country Needs You at Oakwell Hall and Red House Museum

Kirklees Council must boost district's creative sector, says study

Creative industries are making a major contribution to the Kirklees economy, a study has revealed

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