We've just done the same, but we only used strong acids/bases as titrants. When you use strong titrants, the equivalence point is when the amount of tirtant you have used equal the amount of acid/base in the sample before you did the titration. So let's say that you used 20 mL 0,1 mol/L NaOH to get the equivalence point. 0,020L * 0,1mol/L = 0,002 mol. You had 0,002 mol acid in your sample. Let's say the sample size was 10mL, then the concentration was 0,002mol/L / 0,010 L = 0,2 mol/L.