Members of IATEFL BESIG receive an issue of the newsletter - Business Issues - three times a year. The publication can be enjoyed in hard-copy (sent by post) or in a digital version that can be read here on our website. Members can view the latest issue of the newsletter or download past issues by visiting the Business Issues page here on our website. Please note that you will be prompted to log in to gain access to the page.
Upcoming Newsletter - Contents & sample article
Members and non-members alike can view the contents of the upcoming newsletter and enjoy an article from the issue of Business Issues by vising our Upcoming newsletter page here on our website.
Julia Waldner, originally from Wales, moved to Germany in 1991 and has worked as an EFL teacher ever since. She is also the editor for her local ELTA's newsletter in Frankfurt.
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:
|Newsletter issue ||Submission deadline ||Issue date |
|Spring ||10 December ||end February - mid March |
|Summer ||10 March ||end May - mid June |
|Autumn ||15 July ||end September - mid October |
Submissions should be emailed to the Editor: email@example.com
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).
Readers' news and views
We also very much interested in our readers' news and views (not more than 80 words). If you want to give us your feedback on the materials published in Business Issues, on a BESIG event which you attended, or if you are eager to share your professional news, experience and views, we'd really like to hear from you. To do so, contact the Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advertising is also very welcome. IATEFL BESIG offers a wide range of advertising possibilities for services or products of interest to Business English teachers. Visit out Advertising page find out more or contact the the Editor: email@example.com
Teachers and institutions wanting to copy any part of Business Issues, and other publications wanting to reprint, should contact the the Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org for permission and notification of credit lines, etc.