Campaign India Team
Mar 13, 2023

Lazy Eight acquires Dhasoo

With the acquisition of the digital marketing agency, Lazy Eight aims to consolidate its service portfolio for creative online and offline solutions

Lazy Eight acquires Dhasoo
Lazy Eight has announced the acquisition of Dhasoo, a digital marketing agency. 
 
With this acquisition, the design studio aims to consolidate all its services under a single roof and expand its client portfolio to offer a wide range of services. 
 
The complete range of Lazy Eight services will include brand strategy, branding, packaging design, print design, web and app UI/UX, web and app development, digital marketing and brand growth.
 
Nav Chatterji, founder, Lazy Eight, said, "We are excited to have Dhasoo join the Lazy Eight family. This acquisition is a strategic move that will help us to offer our clients a complete range of solutions - from branding to growth strategy. We are confident that this acquisition will enable us to continue our growth trajectory and deliver exceptional value to our clients." 
 
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