in this issue


in brief

Conservative Clothing Colour = Interview Success?
Revving Up Your Emotions

moments in business history

The iPhone's Introduction

poland

Czech Mate: Investing in… Czechia

international

NATO in the Post-Truth Age  
NASA’s Wonder Women
School’s in Session

cover story

Donald in DC  

business profile

A Snapshot of Evan Spiegel

business woman

Eileen Fisher – Simplicity Personified  

business trends

New Job? It’s a Date
The Sneakerheads of Wall Street

money

Scotch Whisky on the Rocks

travel

Finland – Land of a Thousand Lakes  

technology

Charging Ahead

managing people

Guru Review: Chris Anderson – a Man with Ideas Worth Sharing  
Picking Up That Pay Rise
Breaking the Habit

business language

Workplace Dialogues – Change Is in the Air
Language Test

Influential People


Book & Film Reviews



 Dodatek "Fintech"



Letter from the Business English Magazine Team

Dear Readers,
It’s been a shaky old time of late, what with Brexit, President Trump and his alternative facts, but at least you can rely on BEM to appear and help you keep your business knowledge and your language skills up to speed.

Indeed, Donald himself takes centre stage in this issue, as Jonathan Sidor takes on the unenviable task of trying to predict what lies in store for us all in the Trump era, while Michael Gaylord looks at how NATO might be affected by the current situation. Brexit also rears its ugly head inside, as Mr Sibbald ponders what lies in store post-Brexit for Scotland’s biggest export earner – whisky. Will it be a tonic, or will it leave the industry on the rocks? Heaven forbid!

If all this rotten news is getting you down, then perhaps you need to get away from it all? Look no further – BEM gives you the low-down on15 Finland and the recently rebranded Czechia… Where, I hear you ask? Read on to find out.

On a lighter note, Janet Sandford gives us an insight into the world of Eileen Fisher, a fashion guru influenced by Catholic school uniforms, and Chris Anderson – the man behind TED, the inspirational talks, not the foul-mouthed bear.

Elsewhere, look out for a new feature, Moments in Business History, beginning with the sparkling moment when Apple launched its first iPhone to an unsuspecting world. So, smartphones at the ready, tablets turned on, turn the page and launch yourself into the latest edition of BEM. Happy reading!

the Business English Magazine Team