In 2005, Scott Thornbury laid out the principles of dogme ELT. From them emerges a picture of the classroom as an engaging, interactive space with the learner at its centre, free from the constraints of "third-party, imported materials". Where does this leave teachers who still want to "import" materials into the classroom? Do business English coursebooks, other published resources and material from the Web have a place in the dogme classroom? I'd argue they do, especially when personalised and localised to achieve another of dogme ELT's key goals: relevance. Reference will be made to English360.