The rapid growth of education services across international borders, seen in recent years, is expected to continue into the future. This growth demands the attention of policy makers, researchers, academics and other interested groups. Most journals are either too specialised in a particular discipline or too generalised with multidisciplinary approaches. Moreover, available journals hardly cover issues such as the link between education and international business, and its importance in policy making. In fact there is a gap between the way available journals are meeting the needs of debate and disseminating research output on education and business and the way it needs to be focused. The Journal of International Education and Business, launched in 2010, aims to fill that gap by creating a forum for exchanging views and information among researchers, academics and interested individuals in the field of the internationalisation of education and international business.