Welcome to the Mathes & Savant resources page! We have provided some websites with general business information catering to various needs. These websites contain articles, templates, and a plethora of valuable material. Some of the website also contain information for personal development. We hope this page will be valuable for readers would like to start or grow an existing business.
Here you go:
1. General information
- Business Plan Templates -You can get free business plan samples and templates here; and also general business planning resources. They have a very good selection for different types of businesses so that you don’t have to start from scratch.
- Entrepreneur Magazine – like the name suggests, this website contains news, advice, insight, profiles and guides for aspiring & established entrepreneurs and small business management worldwide.
- Inc magazine – this website provides advices, tools and services to help small businesses grow.
- Small Business Trends – Another excellent resource for small businesses owners, entrepreneurs and the people who interact with them.
- SME Toolkit (Nigeria) – general information on starting and running a business specific to Nigeria.
- ProjectManagement – this is an online community of Project Managers offering how-to articles, templates, project plans and checklists to help you do your job.
- Harvard Business Review – find new ideas and advice on strategy, innovation, leadership from the world’s best business and management experts.
You can get free business plan samples and templates here; and also general business planning resources. They have a very good selection for different types of businesses so that you don’t have to start from scratch.
2. Regulatory Bodies
There are a few important bodies that control starting and running of businesses in Nigeria :
- Corporate Affairs Commission – The CAC is in charge of incorporating all businesses that operate in Nigeria. This is the first step to running your business the right way.
- Federal Inland Revenue Service – The FIRS is in charge of tax collection.
Hope all the information provided herein helps…