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Rosetta Stone® Advanced English for Business: A Sneak Peek

Did you know . . . ?

  • The WTO estimates 70% of the Global 1000 workforce will be non-native English speakers
  • US and multinational business leaders estimate English-language training increases profitability by 25%, according to a recent poll

Rosetta Stone® Advanced English for Business is a brand new online solution that builds English proficiency and business communication skills. During this “sneak peek” four product experts share how this new solution:

  • Equips employees with the English skills needed to give presentations, write reports, and more
  • Personalizes instruction to achieve specific learning goals
  • Delivers immediate actionable skills for daily work

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