A Handbook of Commercial Correspondence
A. Ashley, 1998This book is a comprehensive guide and reference for students and professional people. It contains topics and examples relating to banking, insurance and personnel, and also includes guidance on commercial communications such as telex, invoices and email messages.
Best Practice - Upper Intermediate
Bill Mascull & Jeremy Comfort, 2008Best Practice is a four-level business English series designed for both pre-work and in-work students. Its topic-based modules train students in the skills needed to communicate in the professional and personal sides of modern business life.
Book 1: What Is Business?: Bk. 1
D. Preston, G. Watson, and M. Fryer, 2007This book provides an introduction to some of the key influences affecting different business organisations such as culture, structure, ethics and the external environment. It provides an overview of the different functions within a business and how they work together and offers an insight into some of the issues facing small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Book 2 : An Introduction to Human Resource Management in Business: Bk. 2
D. Preston, 2007This book introduces managing people and the role of the human resource management (HRM) function within business. In addition to discussing some of the main HRM activities such as recruitment, job design and managing performance, it also tackles the more fundamental issue for businesses of why people might want to go to work in the first place.
Book 3: An Introduction to Accounting and Finance in Business: Bk. 3
J. Day, L.D. Preston, and G. Watson, 2006This book provides an introduction to accounting and financial management in business and looks at why the raising of funds and the management of financial resources is crucial to business success.
Book 4: An Introduction to Marketing in Business: Bk. 4
A. Schaefer, 2006This book is an introduction to marketing. It covers some of the key concepts in marketing such as the marketing mix and relationship marketing but also looks at what is marketing, why business needs it, whom are its stakeholders and how marketing can affect both society and the natural environment.
Book 5: Different Ways of Looking at Business: Bk. 5
K. Ball, D. Watson, G. Myers, and A. Schaefer, 2006This book introduces some different ways of thinking about business. The development of business ideas, power and globablisation are all used as perspectives on business. The intention is to encourage readers to start questioning some of the established 'truths' about what a business is.
Breakthrough Business Spanish
Pili Batley Matías, 1992This book is a complete self-study course for beginners looking to improve their business Spanish. The accompanying cassettes contain a variety of dialogues from within Spanish companies and industries, which form the basis of the exercises in the book.
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Business English Handbook - Advanced
Paul Emmerson, 2007Business English is a comprehensive self-study and reference book of business language for learners of English at an upper-intermediate or advanced level.
Business Idioms International
Christopher Goddard, 1994This book is suitable as a reference and practice book for intermediate to advanced learners of business English. Includes 350 idiomatic expressions commonly used in business, as well as reference sections in which the idioms are put in context
Business Opportunities - Workbook
Vicki Hollett & Michael Duckworth, 1994This book is based on a comprehensive language syllabus which is developed in the context of everyday business functions. Its 14 units provide opportunities for practising the language of a range of specific and general professional situations
Business Vocabulary in Use
Mascull, B., 2002Business Vocabulary in Use' is aimed at intermediate level learners of business English as a self-study reference and practice book. It covers business topics such as Jobs, People and Organisations, Production, Marketing, Finance and the Economy, Business Culture and more. The 66 units in the book are designed to help learners develop essential business communication skills, focusing on the language used for Meetings, Negotiations and Presentations. Vocabulary items are presented and explained in context on left-hand pages with a range of practice exercises on right-hand pages. The book also contains a comprehensive, learner-friendly answer key.
Check Your Vocabulary for Business - A Workbook for Users - Third Edition
David Riley, 2003The 'Check Your Vocabulary for Business' workbook has been designed to help students learning English for business to revise and improve their vocabulary. The book is ideal for self-study: easy to use with clear instructions and a quick-reference contents page. Word games, puzzles, quizzes and crosswords provide further practice and reinforcement of business vocabulary.
Competitive Strategy - Techniques for Analysing Industries and Competitors
Michael E. Porter, 1980This book presents a comprehensive framework of analytical techniques to help a firm analyse its industry and predict its future evolution, to understand its competitors and its own position, and to translate this analysis into a competitive strategy for a particular business
Correspondencia Comercial en Español
Josefa Gómez de Enterría, 1992This coursebook is aimed at improving written and oral expression, focusing on the language needed in a business environment. The book is divided into four themed chapters, each containing several exercises based on material taken from authentic sources within the Spanish business world, aimed at expanding relevant vocabulary. The answer key to the exercises may be found at the back of the book.
El español de los negocios
Ana María Martín Uriz, José Siles Artes & Ignacio Martín Uriz, 1992This book is intended for students with a lower-intermediate level of Spanish and seeks to improve their ability to communicate in a business environment. The thirteen units contain dialogues and texts taken from the Spanish business world, which form the basis of the exercises that follow. A glossary of commercial and business terms is included at the back of the book.
En Activo: Practical Business Spanish
Ether Santamaria Iglesias. Helen Jones, 2008En Activo is a contemporary course which provides students with a structured development of written and spoken business language skills, focusing on real business people and situations from all over the Spanish-speaking world.
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English for Business Studies in Higher Education: Course Book and Audio CDs
Carolyn Walker, 2008English for Business Sudies is a skills-based course designed specificially for students of management studies who are about to enter English-medium tertiary level studies. (Please ask at Reception for CD)
English for the Financial Sector - Students Book
Ian MacKenzie, 2008The book covers a wide range of topics and practices the skills essential to operating successfully in the finacial Industry. It is suitable for students with an intermediatge or upper-intermediate level of English and provides approximately 50 hours of classroom material.
Essential Business Spanish
Juan Kattan-IbarraThis collection of essential business phrases is designed for easy reference by anyone using Spanish in a business context. The book is divided into 35 short sections, each dealing with a typical business situation or subject, eg advising, computers, negotiations, telephoning.
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Business English Books