DRUMBEAT comes aboard Magzter to increase its global digital footprint

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[prMac.com] New York, New York - Nigeria's Delta Women, a non-profit organization, makes their magazine DRUMBEAT available to global readers on the world's largest and fastest growing global digital, multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter.

An integral instrument of Delta Women's extraordinary work for the women of Nigeria; Drumbeat magazine encapsulates every area of human life which includes well-being, tourism and travel, life style, trends, fashion, inspiring & motivating interviews, culture, inter-continental food recipes and lots more. Along with sensitizing people across the globe and creating awareness on the state of women's affairs in Nigeria, DRUMBEAT also provides global readers a clear look into pockets of Africa's most populous country.
With DRUMBEAT becoming available on Magzter, the magazines' messages will now reach the newsstand's 21 million strong global user base with just one click.

This new edition of DRUMBEAT, strives to encapsulate every area of human life which includes well-being, tourism & travel, lifestyle, trends, fashion, inspiring and motivating interviews, intercontinental food recipes and lots more. It comprises an article from an inspiring couple who have been married for years, and they divulge the secrets of a successful marriage. You will know how to love yourself more and how to be a great entrepreneur in this issue. You will find a great make-up guide with eye-popping and trendy fashion updates.

"We are extremely pleased to have DRUMBEAT on the Magzter newsstand. Delta Women is a remarkable organization that works and we are honored to be able to carry content created by them, through DRUMBEAT magazine to digital readers around the world. We are certain this magazine will gain the reach that it deserves," said Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.

"The non-profit organization Delta Women is an inspiring example of commitment and dedication to the cause of women's empowerment in Nigeria. In developing countries, a major challenge in development has been a lack of information and DRUMBEAT aims at fulfilling this. Congratulations to the team behind this initiative. Magzter welcomes you!" said Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.

Delta Women was founded in early 2010 by Elsie Ijorogu-Reed's vision to empower the indigenous women of Delta State and support their needs through basic human rights, thus forming Delta Women in Nigeria as a non-profit organization aimed at impacting the communities. Delta Women is committed to teaching women to become socially, economically, and politically empowered. Motivated by the desire to reach out and give back to the community, Elsie Ijorogu -Reed sought to empower the indigenous women of Delta State and support their needs and basic human rights, thus forming Delta Women. Delta Women is committed to teaching women to become socially, economically, and politically empowered. Delta Women defines empowerment as increasing the spiritual, political, social, and/or economic strength of women, thus developing confidence in one's own capacities.

Magzter counts among its publisher customers some marquee names including Hearst (USA), Conde Nast (USA), Newsweek (USA), AMI (USA), Dennis Publishing (UK), Haymarket (UK), Media24 (South Africa), Edipresse Asia (HK), India Today Group (India), WorldWide Media (India), MAXIM Inc. (USA), Black Enterprise (USA), Singapore Press Holdings (Singapore), RBA (Spain), Grupo Expansion (MX), ePub Direct, Casemate Group, Ivy Press, Oxbow Books, AUK, Gill & McMillan, Westland, Arcturus Publishing Ltd, Osprey Group, Leadstart Publishing, Panoma Press and has been rapidly expanding its publisher base with magazines and books from more than 50 countries including USA, UK, Germany, Spain, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, etc., making Magzter truly the #1 choice for book readers and publishers the world over.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 16.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Magzter Magazine & Book Store 3.1.4 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the News category. Buy and read DRUMBEAT and be amazed at the collection of African stories, interviews and mind-blowing articles. The annual subscription of DRUMBEAT on Magzter is USD $14.99.

Magzter Inc. is the world's largest and fastest growing self-service, cross-platform digital magazine store and newsstand with over 19 million digital consumers, more than 3500 magazines, 1000s of books and comic titles from over 1000 publishers. Headquartered in New York, Magzter has its local offices in London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Amsterdam, Cape Town, Chennai and Singapore and will soon be expanding to other countires. Founded by global entrepreneurs, Girish Ramdas and Vijayakumar Radhakrishnan in June 2011, Magzter enables magazine publishers around the world to create and deliver digital editions of their titles to global consumers. Powered by its proprietary OREY Click Publishing System(R), Magzter also enables their customers to publish interactive/audio-visual content in the magazine as it supports HTML 5. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Magzter Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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