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A corporate term for a document of no more than one page but containing approx 30 pages of data but squashed in, with small type font, so that no one can read it or interpret it anyway!
Great deck but can you summarise it in a "one pager"!
by Kel_Rocks October 09, 2009
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A one-pager is essentially a written pitch for your company. It is a simple and short document that gives a high-level overview of a product, service, or a business. It is a modern version of a brochure.

Investors often see your one-pager; as the executive summary of your project. It is at-a-glance a fact sheet summarizing every important point about your business. One pager is used for promoting your business or what you’re offering, your vision and why you stand out from the competition . It is also a presentation used internally when discussing your venture with other partner and investors. When you want to itch your business, most people probably listen half or won’t listen to you at all. Presenting yourself with a bulk of the paper is not going to work in the 21st century. There are many online tools that help to build your startups . You should pick a platform that let’s you keep your one-pager up to date.
by rambknows November 22, 2017
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