ExecNews Webinars
Current Affairs


Business English Trainer and Co-founder




Newspaper Headlines
Practise and Perfect your current affairs conversation. English news can be complicated to follow. You often see tricky verbs like “vow”, “axe”, “mull” and “ebb”. What is meant by “SCOTUS”, “footsie”, “R-Nought”? Join these free weekly Wednesday webinars and learn the language behind the headlines.

What's included?

  • Journalistic English
  • Newspaper Headlines
  • Every Week
  • Native English 

Business English Training

Live session every Wednesday. Suitable for intermediate and advanced English speakers. You will learn difficult terms and phrases used in journalistic language. 

Newspaper Headlines

Newspapers and trade press articles are extremely difficult to read; the headlines have their own vocab and grammar!    

Join us for a live webinar every week as Sean analyses the latest news stories from an Anglo-Saxon perspective. 

Weekly Webinars

Upcoming ExecNews Webinars

Meet the instructor

Sean Roe

Sean is well-placed to talk about current affairs in a way that helps explain key vocabulary, idioms, and advanced grammatical structures to people who are looking to perfect their English. He is a qualified business English trainer with a financial industry background, as well as a career owning retail and export/import businesses in London, Paris, and Berlin.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Weekly Webinars

Created with