BACK AGAIN for her second appearance of The Win-Win Effect™ Show, Samanah Duran sits down with host, CHRIS ROSS®, for another empowering conversation that picks up where they last left off after her 364K downloads from Episode 57.
Stay tuned for more to come from these two as they are in the works of bringing something very special to the world that I am sure everyone will be extremely excited to hear about.
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MORE ABOUT SAMANAH ➥
First known for the crafting of private equity-backed indulgent streetwear brand Critics Clothing® established back in 2012, Samanah is best known for her work within female entrepreneurship and digital media, having built on that concept as an extension of Critics Clothing®, by launching digital media and news company BEYOUROWN® with having her own Podcast Show.
With monthly BEYOUROWN® Membership Club events, Samanah confidently hosts business workshops and panel discussions covering all-female entrepreneurship topics and women in business development work.
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Today Samanah has been covered by many media outlets and publications from Forbes, Square Mile, Telegraph, to Business Leader and remains truly dedicated to evolving her brand and team. She has developed an unconventional approach to business by enjoying life to the fullest and making business enjoyable for her and whoever she works with. As she continues to be involved in every aspect of Critics Clothing®, BEYOUROWN® and, she loves to meet other inspiring entrepreneurs out there on a mission to also succeed in doing what they love and is passionate about passing on her entrepreneurial skills that she has learned along the way.