A professional profile-CEFR

Learn how to write a professional profile.

Are you a CEFR level B1 intermediate English learner? This section provides writing exercises to help you create short, coherent texts about known subjects that you find interesting. Forum posts, reviews, messages, brief articles, and emails are examples of texts.

How to write?
  • Your web profile must be succinct, interesting, and persuading. 
  • Give your name and a clear title or function. 
  • Short paragraphs should make up your summary. 
  • Consider who you want to read your profile, then write in a manner that suits them. 
  • If you have links to samples of your work, include them. 
  • Check it thoroughly and ask a friend or coworker for their opinion.

Digital Marketing Manager at Krunch Ltd. 

Jan. 2017–the present 

My job entails strategic focus on all company-wide digital marketing initiatives and tight collaboration with the primary marketing and communications departments. I create and oversee all of our digital marketing initiatives. 

Digital Marketing Executive Krunch Ltd. 

June 2014 to December 2016: 

I was in charge of the overall social media plan. I worked on numerous campaigns to increase customer interaction and foster brand loyalty for our breakfast cereals and bars. I have served as project leader for three important product launches. 

Digital marketing assistant

Food2Grab Ltd.'s, September 2013 until May 2014. 

My knowledge and abilities in the areas of social media and consumer products were expanded in this position. I helped with the planning of multi-channel marketing initiatives to


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