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Women in Charge: Meet Public Relations Guru Savannah BrittShe talks businesswomen perils and how other women empower her.
Aug 17, 2017

Millennial entrepreneur Savannah Britt started her career as a fashion journalist at the tender age of nine. She quickly gained notoriety within the fashion industry, which helped foster her public relations career, and today she runs her own PR company that specializes in connecting fashion brands with the right ambassadors in music. This vanguard talked to REVOLT TV about the perils of being a business woman and how other women empower her to keep climbing the ladder of success.

We caught up with Savannah Britt to get more insight on her journey.

PR Guru Savannah Britt talks being a Girl Boss in 2017
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