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Aaron Agius is a baller. He’s an Australian entrepreneur who runs Louder Online, a phenomenal digital agency based in Australia but with offices all around the world. He’s run a bunch of entrepreneurial ventures over his career, which we dig into during this chat, but how they’ve grown Louder and the brands they work with is even more impressive.

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I met Aaron in person for the first time last year in San Francisco as he made his way through the US on a whirlwind tour, after he was in New York for a conference. He’s a straight up guy with a lot of awesome ideas.

And if you enjoyed this episode with Aaron, check out the podcast he does with another former CredoCast guest Sujan Patel.

Enjoy!

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