Fortune Cookie MD Justin Cooke shares the secrets of his company’s success in 10-minute Telegraph video

In the same week that top 30 digital agency Fortune Cookie announced record growth, plans for expansion into Europe and a major recruitment drive to support plans to grow its business by 30% by the end of April 2010, the Telegraph Business Club has released a film about the secrets of the company’s success, entitled:

Fortune Cookie: Building the Future.

Commenting on Fortune Cookie’s continued success, Cooke says, “Fortune Cookie survived the brutal dot com crash which wiped $5 trillion off the market value of technology companies from March 2000 to October 2002. Our business learnt a lot from that experience and we understand the critical importance of efficiency, value and looking for opportunities during a recession.

Cooke continues: “For Fortune Cookie the present recession means growth. We’re growing our business by 30%. We’re growing our number of staff by 30% and we’re growing our presence in Europe by 100% when we establish our new offices in mainland Europe in 2010.”

Filmed at Fortune Cookie’s Central London offices, ‘Fortune Cookie: The Secrets of our Success’ illustrates how Fortune Cookie’s Prince II-certified, user-centred approach to digital design enables the development award-winning digital creative that delivers outstanding business results.

View the film ‘Fortune Cookie: Building the Future’ on the following websites:
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About Fortune Cookie

Founded in 1997, Fortune Cookie is one of the UK’s most well-respected digital design agencies, famous for delivering beautiful, findable, accessible websites that deliver stunning return on investment. Clients include Legal & General, Prudential, TUI, National Rail Enquiries, Miss Selfridge, FT Business, Lawn Tennis Association and Diabetes UK.

Over the past two years, websites designed by Fortune Cookie have been short-listed for major design awards a total of 35 times.

Further information about Fortune Cookie is available at or contact Julie Howell, director of PR, at or 0207 843 6790.

Published on: 5:20AM on 23rd March 2009