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A Conversation with David Harry Stewart of AGEIST

Season 1, Ep. 1

This week The Wylde is sitting down with David Harry Stewart, founder and face of AGEIST, a new media company and agency that champions the vitality, capabilities and influence of the modern 50+. He is a passionate champion and leading authority on the mindset and aspirations that drive this influential demographic. David is frequently called upon to share his expertise and insight at important venues and forums around the world. 

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