NFPA recognizes our supplier members hold a wealth of information of unique value to other members of the association, and our goal is to have NFPA’s supplier constituency share that knowledge. To help achieve this goal, we are soliciting “white papers” that will be posted on the 2015 Industry and Economic Outlook Conference presentation download page.
This presentation download page serves as the primary portal to access IEOC speaker presentations and is viewed multiple times by the majority of IEOC attendees. A special section of this page will be dedicated to the NFPA Supplier White Papers.
So, what’s a white paper and how do you get yours on the website?
- A white paper is a document that describes the technical or business benefits of your product, service or methodology. It may also contain recommendations for a new, improved solution to a common problem.
- NFPA will review all submissions before posting and reserves the right to decline any submissions.
- Length is not a concern. Photos, logos and other images are encouraged. However, keep in mind that photos and graphics that are not optimized may lead to longer download times for the viewers.
- IMPORTANT—these documents should be educational, NOT promotional. NFPA reserves the right to edit overtly promotional text.
Please submit your white papers Leslie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than July 30.
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