Cookies Digital has been listed on the FT1000:Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2021, by Financial Times and Statista for the second year in a row.
Cookies Digital is Cookies Factory’s dedicated Media Agency division. Its know-how and technology allow it to provide high quality subscribers for mobile services, through its own AdNetwork and direct Media Buying for clients.
It is a Google Partner and deals with Telco Operators and Mobile Content Providers in order to promote and monetize mobile services worldwide.
Founded by Valentina Tranquilli, the Rome-based mobile entertainment company is focused on VAS services and high-quality users’ acquisition under the Cookies Digital brand.
Commenting, Tranquilli says: “We’ve all worked hard and pushed our limits to get the company to where it is today – and we will continue doing so to see how far we can go. We’ve put a lot of thought and effort into building an amazing team that has pooled their talent and passion to achieve great things.”
She continues: “Perhaps the most important factor has been our culture, and our ability to focus on common goals. We value transparency, open feedback and communication. We believe that our experience and knowledge, our processes and individual touch can bring great success to our clients, as they translate directly into high-quality products. And we will continue refining our work, and bringing it to new markets.”
Tranquilli concludes: “As we continue to grow our global clients and partners base, at Cookies we are proud to be featured in the FT’s ranking. This is another great step for us! I want to thank all our partners – clients, employees and suppliers – for helping us get to where we are now. I’d also like to congratulate all the other companies that made it to the FT 1000. We’re excited to contribute to the European technology scene alongside them, and to build great products with the smartest entrepreneurs and innovators out there.”
Make sure you catch the engaging session from Arun Mathew of Cookies Digital and Aung Pyae, VP Digital at Telenor Myanmar, as they discuss strategies for cooperation between content companies, DCB service providers and telcos to create consumer first ecosystem.
Together, they explore key localization, marketing channels and the need for cutting edge content that’s highly relevant to a fast changing business landscape.
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