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Describe the purpose for the following component of a business plan: Cover Letter
You want to use the letter to make a good first impression. Take the time to refine it until you are satisfied it expresses the two or three most important things you want the reader to remember about your company. [ You also want the letter to show your enthusiasm for your venture. Read more: How to Write a Business Plan Cover Page | eHow.com ]
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