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OKWAVE USA, Corporation Releases Study by Davia to Show Latest 2016 Online Birthday Card Trends

OKWAVE USA, Corporation's free online greeting card service, Davia, releases online birthday card trends based on card sending data that shows a surprising new trend.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 10th, 2016

OKWAVE USA, Corporation's e-card service, Davia, recently released birthday card trends based on card sending data on their website from May 1st to September 30th 2016. The data revealed that the top two birthday cards both featured fireworks, go beyond the traditional trend of birthday cards featuring things like balloons, cake and gifts. It was also found that the top three birthday cards between May and September were all colorful and shiny, reinforcing the fact that card-givers are attracted to eye-catching cards.

OKWAVE USA, Corporation CEO Tatsuo Yada stated “Our popular birthday cards always include typical birthday items. The popularity of fireworks birthday cards is a totally new trend for us. It is very clear to us that online birthday cards should be flashy and outstanding. We will continue creating birthday cards in response to user needs. "


About OKWAVE USA, Corporation
OKWAVE USA, Corporation operates Birthday & Greeting Cards by Davia, which is a 100 percent free e-card service. Davia offers more than 1,000 free e-cards as well as customizable birthday calendars and reminders. Davia has served over 14 million users since its inception. For more information visit: https://www.holidaycardsapp.com/. OKWAVE USA, Corporation is the U.S. subsidiary of OKWAVE (3808.NG.), which offers the Japan's first social Q&A web service and enterprise class help desk solutions. OKWAVE has received strategic investments from Rakuten and Microsoft. For more information about OKWAVE USA, Corporation visit: http://corp.okwave.com, about OKWAVE visit: http://www.okwave.co.jp.

Press Contacts:
Shigeyuki Miyagi
OKWAVE USA, Corporation
pr@okwave.com
(650) 731-3020 ext. 704


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