Find out how you can turn your baking hobby into a business.

WHILE baking up a storm in your home kitchen, do you imagine yourself becoming a professional baker?

If you do, then Start Up ( is the perfect platform for you to get started!

With access to various courses ranging from basic baking tips to marketing a business, Start Up is an online learning platform by recipe-sharing website Kuali ( and Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia that is tailored to empower small, micro and home bakers with the knowledge to venture into or upskill their business.

Aside from helping home bakers of all levels to boost their baking skills, Start Up is also a space where budding entrepreneurs can gain sufficient knowledge to run and manage their business – such as marketing, finance and legal requirements.

Upon registration, you will be part of a supportive community of entrepreneurs and professionals, whereby you can broaden your understanding of the industry and have access to free tips and advice.

Whether you are looking to enhance your baking skills, gain entrepreneurship knowledge or just for personal growth, the Start Up platform offers free courses which, upon completion of all modules, will grant participants digital certification.

If you are thinking of starting a baking business, take the From Kitchen To Start Up ( mini quiz; answer five questions to find out if you have what it takes to become a businessperson.

While you discover whether or not you are entrepreneur material, completing the quiz entitles you to a chance to win attractive prizes worth over RM4,200, including a Firenzzi air fryer oven, Bosch hand blender, Electrolux blender, Grab evouchers and Aeon vouchers.

So quickly go to and take the From Kitchen To Start Up quiz at no cost.

Go to for more information or register on Start Up.

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