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Daniel Brøndt from Another Aspect: Building a sustainable brand and life

Ep. 3

"I am an old Italian man". That is how Daniel Brøndt, co-founder of the clothing brand, Another Aspect likes to describe himself. But, slowing down, really tasting your coffee and deep talks with friends and customers are things that are crucial to Daniel, and the foundation of Another Aspect. In this episode of Generation C, we explore what creativity is to Daniel, the importance of having a creative process, and how you can create a slow-paced company without losing financial growth. You also get to hear about Another Aspect's epic collaboration with grandparents, and why they are always looking for creatives from different industries to collaborate with. 

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