For foreigners living in Japan, starting your own language school has to be the most common business considered, attempted and, in varying degrees, failed at. While the market for another English school seems to be saturated, there are many opportunities for hard-working, entrepreneurial minded foreigners in Japan.
The 50th Annual IATEFL Conference The date for the 50th Annual IATEFL Conference is soon approaching. Some 2,500 delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors are already booked in to attend this […]
The Freelance Teacher What Is A Brand? Our fictitious English teacher, Sally, had a brand. One could see it instinctively but couldn’t define what it was. She was doing something […]
Should Freelance Teachers Advertise Their Prices? Should You Publish Your Prices In A Teaching Partnership? (Part 3 of 4. Read Part 1 and Part 2) In 2012 my husband and […]
The Freelance Teacher: What Are Taglines? And Why You Should Have One You’re standing at the conveyor belt in luggage collect at the airport waiting for your suitcase. The conveyor […]
The business of doing business with business cards An electrician told me how one of his elderly customers keeps a cork notice board hanging above her telephone, filled with neat […]
The Freelance Teacher Why Is It So Hard To Achieve a Decent Fee or Lesson Rate? Hi! Welcome to this special corner of EFL Magazine where you’ll find answers on […]