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ARTSPLIT Partners Chude & Ego Foundation To Empower Women And Young School Girls 

In commemoration of the International Women’s Day, ARTSPLIT, a leading investment technology Company partnered with Chude & Ego Foundation, a non-profit organization to further empower women and young school girls in Nigeria. 

Hosted by both organizations, exceptional women including Okunwa Okpala, Managing Director, Cellar Central Limited; Olaere Donmu, Chief Financial Officer, ARTSPLIT Limited and Juliana Adeseye, Chude and Ego Foundation Coordinator visited the Gbaje Girls Senior High School and had the opportunity to inspire and motivate the students of the High School, teachers and women alike to celebrate women’s achievements and thrive in their respective fields.  

The guests shared their personal experiences and journeys in business and career and encouraged women to pursue education and entrepreneurship as it will create a more inclusive future. 

ARTSPLIT contributes to the success stories of these Nigerian women by helping them seek opportunities within their environment that will position them better in their future careers.

ARTSPLIT also hosted an insightful Twitter Spaces discussing more representation and parity for women in technology in line with this year’s IWD theme; DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality. 


ARTSPLIT is an innovative platform which gives its users the opportunity to co-own fractions of rare and valuable artworks and music. In return, these users can sell these fractions (Splits) and earn from it.

To find out more about ARTSPLIT, please contact info@artsplit.com or visit www.artsplit.com.

ARTSPLIT team are available to call or Whatsapp at +234(0)9088962169.

You can also call or WhatsApp our mobile at +234(0)9088962169 and follow @artsplitofficial on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.ARTSPLIT can be downloaded on App Store and Google Play Store.

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ImpactHER Offers Free Websites To Women-Owned Businesses in Africa

Due to restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, online visibility and the ability to promote brands digitally have become crucial to the survival of many female-led businesses across the continent. On these grounds, a leading Pan- African non-profit organization, ImpactHER is offering free e-commerce websites to women-led businesses to motivate women entrepreneurs and help promote the online presence of their businesses.

Women in need of these free websites can apply by visiting the link – http://bit.ly/IHFreeWebsite

The websites will enable more women-led businesses to leverage the digital marketplace to access new customers, build credibility, and increase sales. All websites will be equipped with search engine optimization to increase ranking, visibility and attract wider demography of customers. 

While discussing the free websites and sharing the motivation for this initiative, the Founder of ImpactHER; Efe Ukala says: “This is an incredible opportunity for African women business owners to participate in the digital economy which is fast growing.  This service ensures that African women-owned businesses are not left behind. It is also a great opportunity to showcase Made in Africa to the rest of the world. We are excited about the endless opportunities that this could unlock for African women business owners.” 

ImpactHER is an impact-driven non-profit organization that empowers African women entrepreneurs by helping them build scalable businesses, access new markets, and bridge the gender business financing gap so as to help African women entrepreneurs realize their full economic potential. With a community of 47,000+ African female entrepreneurs, ImpactHER has trained and provided direct support to over 21,000 African women entrepreneurs in 54 African countries. Since November 2020, 289 women-led businesses in 27 African countries have benefited from ImpactHER’s free website initiative. 

For further information about ImpactHER, visit https://www.impacther.org.

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