DAILY BREAD Communications

is an independent creative and strategic communications agency focusing on experience marketing, sales support, brand loyalty, audience engagement and social software – B2B and B2C.
Architected to deliver steady high-performance in the rapidly changing conditions of digital connectedness, setting up teams dedicated to a project and specific client needs. Based in Germany, with an office in Amsterdam, working all over Europe.
CEO Birgit Kriesche: “We believe outstanding communication is being created by high quality people, not agencies”.
WHAT WE DO – Consulting, strategy, development, creation and design, digitisation and digitalisation, management and production in experience marketing, corporate event, customer loyalty, relationship-building, print, magazin, motion media, social software and creative technologies.

HOW WE DO IT – By erasing lines: between above and below the line marketing, off- and online. By opening walls: around disciplines, departments, offices, cultures and countries. DAILY BREAD is unbox. Because genuine creativity can’t be siloed and effective communication has to flow.
We live up the values of the digital evolution and combine it with proven ways of working. In times of transition success is defined by the ability to mix good old with right new, by coupling an entrepeneurial spirit and experimental mindset, with proven methods and working experience. Thus we’re able to offer clients a stable structure to innovate and to succeed in a transformational environment. We support the development of independent digital networks, technologies and strategies.
DAILY BREAD bundles best-in-class multi-disciplined experts according the ‘One Roof Principle’. For each client or project a dedicated team is formed and workspaces can be installed where the job and client is being served best. Projects and jobs are being supervised by an experienced person with name and face, not by an account manager.
We’re confident this approach enables clients to succesfully adress the opportunities and challenges of these modern times.


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