Better Business English

   Advancing communication skills to advance your business


Nora Gold is a consultant who conducts oral communication and business writing seminars.  Additionally, she provides one-on-one coaching to
non-native English-speaking business executives. 

As an adjunct professor at Baruch College, Nora also teaches business communications to international students in the Contemporary American Business program and business communications to MBA students.  Additional teaching includes, grammar, business writing, and oral communication and presentation classes for business executives.


With over 10 years of experience as a technical and business writer, Nora has also written and edited a wide variety of corporate texts, including manuals, proposals, RFPs, technical marketing materials, and web content.


Nora holds an MBA from Pace University in New York, an MS in specialized journalism (technical and professional communications) from NYU's Polytechnic Institute and a master's degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Hunter College.  Her undergraduate degree is in Spanish Literature from the University of Wisconsin -- Madison.

Greg Williams is a business English specialist who teaches oral and written business communication and American English pronunciation courses to MBA/MS students at Baruch College in New York City.  Additionally, Greg conducts business writing workshops and provides one-on-one business writing coaching for corporate clients.  For private individuals, he also provides virtual one-on-one instruction through the Internet.


Prior to focusing on business communication coaching, Greg worked as a marketing executive in the entertainment industry, including 13 years at HBO, where he worked on promotional campaigns for such TV series as The Sopranos and Sex and the City.


Greg has a master’s degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Hunter College.  He also has an MBA from UC Berkeley and a BA degree in Economics and French Studies from Stanford University.