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  • International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association Releases New E-Commerce Talent Certification System - CEP Certification


    CEP certification is a professional qualification system for e-commerce professionals, released by the International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association. Those who meet the certification requirements will receive the certification after passing the CEP certification process and will be awarded the title of Certified E-Commerce Professional and become a member of the International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association. CEP certification is a professional credential recognized by international e-commerce companies, cross-border e-commerce companies, and the e-commerce industry.It is widely known around the world. Passing the CEP certification will represent that the certification holder has a high level of professionalism and relevant work experience in the industry.



    International e-commerce refers to the international business activities of transaction subjects belonging to different countries, reaching transaction settlements through e-commerce platforms and delivering goods through cross-border logistics, which is essentially a business activity based on the form of e-commerce engaged in global trade, reflecting the consumer demand for the purchase of diversified global goods. It can be divided into cross-border export e-commerce and cross-border import e-commerce from the direction of trade. Currently, global e-commerce sales have been steadily eroding the global retail market and are expected to account for 13.7% of total global retail sales by 2019, a percentage that means more room and opportunity for growth in the e-commerce market and more e-commerce practitioners to join the industry.

    The International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association's CEP certification process is based on strict criteria and continuous improvement to meet the actual talent selection standards of well-known e-commerce companies and e-commerce platforms, and to meet the expectations of international e-commerce companies, cross-border e-commerce companies, and e-commerce industry, etc. for the expert designation.


    Why are there these changes in the CEP certification process? There are several fundamental reasons for this.

    The main reason is that e-commerce operations rely on a person's serious professionalism and the need to communicate with multiple job roles throughout the project. Therefore, having extensive experience in the e-commerce field is one of the requirements for CEP certification.

    The International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association requires a membership group with presumably similar educational backgrounds and work experience to help exchange industry information and share experiences among members. It is also used as a recruitment standard by well-known e-commerce companies, international e-commerce platforms, and related organizations to attract members and industry professionals to join the association.

    The International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association conducts certification on the authenticity of members' identity information, academic information, work experience, project experience, resume, work skills, etc., and does not allow forgery or deception to ensure the quality and credibility of the member community.

    The certification process needs to be fair, and rigorous, and also confidential to the applicant's information. It also needs to be responsible for the relevant inbound companies, partners and training institutions of the International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association.

    For these reasons, the requirements of the CEP certification audit process include educational background requirements and work experience requirements, and information authenticity audit.

    According to a recent survey by an international cross-border e-commerce platform research company, cross-border e-commerce lacks professional talents, especially most small and medium-sized cross-border enterprises lack professional talents, in addition, traditional foreign trade enterprises face the "lack of labor" in the process of cross-border e-commerce transformation.


    The author has researched nearly 500 domestic cross-border e-commerce enterprises and hundreds of colleges and universities, the interviewed sellers have nearly 10,000 vacancies, and up to 80% of the enterprises said that the talent gap is due to the development and rapid expansion of enterprises, of which, operation talents, category development talents, sales and marketing talents are the most in short supply. In the process of daily talent screening, the majority of companies said that the talent match is not high, the initial training investment is large, and graduates lack of vocational skills are the main difficulties they face.

    It can be said that the shortage of professional talents is hampering the overall development of the cross-border industry. As the development of the cross-border industry is upgrading, the requirements for talents are also upgrading, which poses a challenge to the training of talents in the cross-border e-commerce industry.

    The new CEP certification tutorial - https://www.cep.vip/ct/ the version is V1.1

    The International Certified E-commerce Professionals Association has quickly launched the CEP certification for global release based on the industry's needs and changes.



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