LEONG KIA CHUN
Asia Legendary Young Entrepreneur Award (Malaysia)
TAKA CAKE SUPPLIES SDN BHD
Who’s TAKA Patisserie? 31 outlets spreading across Sarawak with unique selling of Taka Layer Cake during start-up and now serving more than 1000+ types of pastries. The business obtained Halal Certification with major contribution 60% from Bumi, Dayak and 40% the rest.
The serving is branded with premium healthy, values for money, focus on quality and branding instead of pricing competition.
36TH ANNIVERSARY BRANDED PASTRY IN SARAWAK
The largest Taka-Patisserie in Kuching Sarawak, well known by all aged level, the unique pastries that providing with “full range of servings” with theme when you think of pastry “You name it, we have it. “Love Begins Here” Leong restructure and transforms the business from 4 outlets of traditional bakery when he took over 11 years ago to where it is todays towards branding, market positioning, entrepreneurships, cultivate talents on their career progression and employees’ financial development with total 300+ employees hired.
TAKA INNOVATE WITH CREATIVE MULTI FUNCTIONAL SERVICES
Taka innovate with purposes by values creations in delivering utmost best services for customers in adopting diversification strategies. The First outlet with Co-working space pastries dining is served with multi-functions events by means of corporate events, festive celebration and designated private meeting room.
TAKA STRIKES FOR BUSINESS BRILLIANTS
The New retail business modelling brings significant impacts to traditional enterprises. As the second-generation inheritor for the 36-year-old cake house, Leong Kia Chun not only strive for business continuity but also structure the company towards enterprising model. The principle of “the alley is clear” for Taka to centralize the kitchen and integrate with O2O dual-scale model in-compete with market change.
Taka, the name reveals with its famous “thousand-layer cakes” across Sarawak and beyond. Taka cake house is the first local outlet launched the “thousand-layer cakes” and its’ still the favorites pastry that locals must punch in.