Since 2009, GlobalEnglish has polled global workers to quantify their Business English proficiency and examine the resulting data in the Business English Index (BEI) study. Today, the BEI has become the benchmark of Business English competency in the global workplace.
Two recent groundbreaking studies—the 2013 Business English Index (BEI) and the Globalization of English (GOE) report—confirm the primacy of Business English as the de facto language of business… Continue reading >>
The 2013 BEI, GlobalEnglish’s fourth annual release of the index, is the result of a December 2012 survey of more than 137,000 global employees in 78 countries across a broad range of industries… Continue reading >>
The latest results from the 2012 BEI (based on a survey of 108,000 global employees) illustrate that a lack of Business English proficiency is continuing to threaten global productivity and output… Continue reading >>
Today’s global business world is teeming with new opportunities—but they could be out of your reach. That’s because more and more often they’re available only to those companies that have been able to achieve high… Continue reading >>
In today’s global economy, the language of business is English—a fact that knocks down borders, but erects a sizable barrier. We estimate that as many as 70% of the Forbes Global 2000 employees are non-native English speakers… Continue reading >>
The need for English competency is the single biggest challenge impacting companies in today’s new global business reality. In fact, a 2012 report by Bersin & Associates found that companies at the highest level of global communications maturity are 113 times more likely than… Continue reading >>
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