Intermediate Lessons


Business English Study – Intermediate Lessons

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Around 200 self-contained Business English lessons available.

  • Tutors, Academies and Companies can use our modules to teach Business English.
  • Individual Students can use our modules for self-study.

Elementary – Intermediate – Advanced

  • Tutors, Academies and Company Training Departments use our modules to teach high quality Business English.
  • Individual Students choose a module and self-study.

 

  1. ADIDAS & PUMA – why compete? (int)
  2. APPLE – the rise, the fall, the rise again (int)
  3. ALIBABA – eastern promise (int)
  4. ART of WAR – 2,000 year old lessons (int)
  5. ASTON MARTIN – brand perception (int)
  6. BARBIE V BRATZ – toy wars (int)
  7. BEN AND JERRY’S – sweet business success (int)
  8. BENETTON – radical advertising (int)
  9. BILL GATES – giving it all away (int)
  10. BLACKBERRY – from great to terrible (int)
  11. BREWDOG – business punks (int)
  12. DELL – customer service (int)
  13. EASYJET – branding and promotion (int)
  14. EBAY – empowering the world (int)
  15. FNAC – who owns what? (int)
  16. GOOGLE – do no evil? (int)
  17. GRAMEEN BANK – trade not aid (int)
  18. GRAND THEFT AUTO V – be bad (int)
  19. GUCCI – luxury problems (int)
  20. HARLEY-DAVIDSON – iconic sound (int)
  21. HOLIDAY INN – customer service (int)
  22. IKEA – the flatpack philosophy (int)
  23. JACK WELCH – hire and fire (int)
  24. JOSE MOURINHO – a modern manager (int)
  25. KODAK – innovate or die (int)
  26. LANCE ARMSTRONG – when your reputation is toxic (int)
  27. LEGO – rebuild the business (int)
  28. LINKEDIN – why connect? (int)
  29. LLOYD’S OF LONDON – can we trust tradition? (int)
  30. LONELY PLANET – the long road (int)
  31. MAERSK – time or money? (int)
  32. MAKITA – use the tools you have (int)
  33. McDONALD’S – franchise food (int)
  34. MANOLO BLAHNIK – how to add value (int)
  35. MANCHESTER UNITED – negotiating skills (int)
  36. METRO NEWSPAPERS – is free worth anything? (int)
  37. NETFLIX – how to chill (int)
  38. NINTENDO – is it all a game? (int)
  39. PHONE HOUSE – how many phones do you need? (int)
  40. PORT OF SHANGHAI – size matters (int)
  41. RED BULL – energy and power (int)
  42. RYANAIR – is customer service a priority? (int)
  43. RUPERT MURDOCH – ruthless business (int)
  44. SAP – the Internet of everything (int)
  45. SMEG – style over substance? (int)
  46. STARBUCKS – more than coffee (int)
  47. SWATCH – business timing (int)
  48. THE BODY SHOP – business women (int)
  49. TRIPADVISOR – judgement day (int)
  50. UBER – disruptive innovation (int)
  51. VIRGIN – publicity junkie (int)
  52. VODAFONE – telephone skills (int)
  53. WRIGLEY – decide what works (int)
  54. YOUTUBE – new business model (int)
  55. ZARA – cutting edge fashion (int)