Business Issues, the IATEFL BESIG publication, has three issues a year – in spring, summer and autumn. The publication is written by and for our members and its range of articles and features serve the needs and interests of business English teachers around the world. It is full of teaching tips, book reviews, event reports and much, much more.

The publication can be enjoyed by members in hard-copy (sent by post) or in a digital version here on our website.

BI 100 issue

We are happy to announce the release of our milestone 100th issue. To show our appreciation to all our members past, present and future, we are proud to present this special edition to you, our dedicated members, contributors and followers. We are also inviting everyone else to join us at BESIG by seeing some of the exciting events and articles we produce every year. Please enjoy  this special issue and we hope to welcome you soon to the BESIG. 

Business Issues 100 flip-book version

Business-Issues-100-web-version.pdf

Newsletter Editor

Newsletter submissions should be emailed to the Editor: chris.stanzer@besig.org

Please include your name, address and, if possible, a photo of yourself and some biographical details – maximum 30 words – so we can tell our readers who you are. They are interested!

Photographs and graphics should be saved separately as .jpg files (not embedded in Word documents).

Contributing to Business Issues

We very much welcome contributions from our members. Articles should be between 400 and 800 words. Although every effort is made to include articles accepted for publication in the next issue, IATEFL BESIG reserves the right to postpone publication if necessary. Please note that our policy is to publish non-commercial articles only. IATEFL BESIG also reserves the right to refuse any article.

Copy dates for articles and advertisements are as follows:

Spring issue

Submission deadline: 15 December

Issue date: Mid-March

Summer issue

Submission deadline: 15 March

Issue date: Late June

Autumn issue

Submission deadline: 15 July

Issue date: Mid-October