Announcement:
Internet Explorer 8 or Older Browser
Versions No Longer Supported

With our customers in mind, we have decided that as of November 15, 2013, Daisho will no longer support Internet Explorer 8 or lower versions of the browser. We’ve created a detailed 10 point outline explaining the reasons behind our decision listed below. We trust that as you read through each point you’ll understand ourContinue Reading

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Change In 2013:
Branding Pillars in a Changing Business Environment

Every business, both big and small; every profession, from legal careers to plumbing services is being challenged by the rapid changes they are facing. Take the Communications industry as an example. Graphic designers became web developers, HTML coders became marketers, writers became bloggers, bloggers became media channels and printers became communication companies. Everyone and everythingContinue Reading

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Intern Files: What I Didn’t Learn in the Classroom

Intern Files: What I Didn’t Learn in the Classroom

It is just over a month since I started working as a marketing and branding intern at Daisho. My time here is flying by and it feels like yesterday I was walking in the door for my first day. To be honest, I remember feeling nervous because I wasn’t exactly sure what I would encounter.Continue Reading

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Congratulations to Daisho Creative!

Daisho just opened its 2,000th project! We could not have reached this huge milestone without our awesome clients and vendors— we’re incredibly grateful to you! We look forward growing as a company and continuing to serve you.Continue Reading

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3 Things You Need To Know About Responsive Websites

Whether you’re a small business starting from scratch or an established company eager to stay ahead of the competition, a website is undoubtedly your number one marketing tool. But a well designed website might not be enough. With 1 in every 8 website page views coming from mobile devices, your company can greatly benefit fromContinue Reading

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How the Latest Facebook Changes Affect Your Small Business

If you’re a business on Facebook, the days of mediocre graphics and text-only status updates are gone. Facebook unveiled their updates to the news feed feature, introducing various “sub feeds” so that users can select what content is shown to them. The new feeds include:       · All Friends- displays everything your friendsContinue Reading

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Making an Impression with Custom Photography

Many attractive things, be it a house, person or manicured garden, take quite a bit of effort to look good. Sure, we aren’t always privy to all the behind-the-scenes action, but don’t take it for granted that beauty is easy to achieve. Case in point, alluring photography. You don’t need a trained eye to noticeContinue Reading

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Port Miami Expansion: Audacious Ignorance or Just What Miami Needs?

In 2012, Miami ranked 10th among the nation’s busiest customs districts—up from 14th place the previous year according to WorldCity. A panelist at a recent WorldCity event saw trade opportunities spurred partly by the ongoing expansion of the Panama Canal. We thought it was important to list a few other recent developments in Miami’s andContinue Reading

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Daisho Wins an Addy!

We are proud to announce Daisho’s silver Addy award in the Sales Promotion category for our work with MIC Food. The sales sheets, specifically the piece that won the award, are incredibly useful to our clients during meetings and trade shows. We would like to thank our friends at MIC and our great team, namelyContinue Reading

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Port Miami expansion — A commerce expansion for Miami

Just a couple of weeks ago at the Biltmore hotel in Coral Gables we were part of a panel of speakers. Miami’s Economic Wave of Opportunity as we coined it, aimed at informing and discussing with small business owners what the Port Miami and the Panama Canal expansion means to South Florida. As if planned,Continue Reading

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