White Paper


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White Paper

An official document issued by a company describing and promoting a new product it intends to begin offering to customers. A white paper can both encourage customers to buy the product and encourage investors to buy shares in the company. The information provided in the white paper is generally quite detailed. See also: Marketing.
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But Writing White Papers provided me with an entirely new perspective, and specific steps to follow, that I used to write a white paper that created favorable comment from people very familiar with my writing.
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