Don’t miss 9 benefits of registering businesses with the CAC

benefits of registering businesses with the CAC

Don’t miss 9 benefits of registering businesses with the CAC   Obviously, many micro and small businesses, as well as bigger companies alike, are going corporate and the Corporate Affair Commission of Nigeria (CAC) is having a burgeoning customer base, coupled with a pay day. This assertion was confirmed by The Registrar-General of the CAC, Alhaji Garba Abubakar, who has  just disclosed that the organisation raked in more than N19 billion as Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in 2020. This was despite the pandemic impact in the year and reduced cost…

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4 Powerful Business Metrics You Should Track for Success

For Business Metrics. most business

By Chris Christoff Do you want to use your business metrics to make smarter business decisions? Let’s look at four important metrics and how to use them to grow your business. Are you a business owner looking for a way to take your brand to the next level? If so, you’ve probably heard advice from experts about how marketing and engagement are essential for growth. While that statement is true, your metrics are the factors that help you determine what to do next when creating marketing materials, engaging with your audience…

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7 mistakes startups should avoid in their early stages

Starting a business is good, but sustaining the business to profitability is the hardest albeit most rewarding part of the business endeavour. The early stage of SME forms the foundational structure the development and achievement of the startup.  As a matter of fact, findings show that about 20% of small businesses fail in their first year, 30% in their second year, and 50% after five years in business. While in Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, about 80% small businesses fail within the first 5 years, amounting to 1 in…

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ThingsToKnow: ‘CLOSE PERIOD’ in the stock market

ThingsToKnow: ‘CLOSE PERIOD’ in the stock market

The close period (or closed period) is the time between the completion of a listed company’s financial results and the announcing of these results to the public. The close period is typically regarded as the one-month period preceding the release of a company’s quarterly results, and the two-month period before the release of its annual results. The close period differs from a quiet period, where companies are required to embargo any public promotions before an initial public offering (IPO) is made. Key Takeaways The close period, in accounting, is the time span covering…

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10 Golden Rules of Trading Stocks

10 Golden Rules for trading in stock

By Investdata Analysts Basic Rules of Trading Stocks or Tips to Follow When Investing or Trading because Chart Patterns are very important it tells what has happened and what is about to Happen. Make sure understand chart patterns and the stock that has a well-formed base or pattern before considering tojump into the stock. Investdata highlights stocks with these patterns in their newsletter and market updates. Consider the stock as it moves over the trend line of that base or pattern and make sure that volume is above recent trend…

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